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19 4 6 
NUGGET 



VOLUME XLUII 





Published by 

The 

Associated Students 

of 

Colorado College 


Editor-in-chief 
Janice Long 


Business Managers 
John Gray and Marian Scofield 



HONOR ROLL 



P.F.C. GEORGE F. ADAMS 

Trainee 
Died of wounds suffered while fighting on Iwo Jima, March 10, 

1945. 

LT. JAMES TIMMONS BELL. 41 
Bombardier, Army Air Forces 
Killed in combat, European theater of war, August 26, 1944. 

LT. ALONZO JERRID BETTY, JR., '43 

Aviation Battalion, Army Engineer's Corps 
Killed in action, August 9, 1945. Pacific Area. 

LT. HOMER C. BIGGS, '38 

Pilot in Army Air Forces 
Killed in action, May 13, 1943, when parachute failed to open. 

European theater of war. 

SIMEON JAMES BLOSS, '42 

United States Army 
Killed in action in Belgium, December 26, 1944. 

F/c 1/c NORRIS HARKNES BOKUM, '41 

United States Navy 
Died of injuries sustained in automobile accident, August, 1945, 

in Maryland. 

DAVID J. BROBERG, '45 

96th Infantry 
Killed in action on Okinawa, June 2, 1945. 

LT. JAMES WILLIAM CLEMENTS, '43 

Instructor, Army Air Forces 
Killed in airplane accident, August, 1942. Specialist in aerial 

gunnery and tactical piloting. 

PVT. WILLIAM DEWAIN COOPER, '44 

United States Army 
Missing in action. 

LT. HENRY ADAMS DANGLER, '43 

Bomber Pilot, Army Air Forces 
Reported missing in action over Austria, June 26, 1944. 

LT. EDWARD JOE DITTUS, '43 

Army Air Forces 
Killed in Bomber crash, Gorham, Kansas, May 5, 1945. 



RICHARD ADDIS DOOLEY, '40 

Merchant Marine 
Lost at sea, April 14, 1942. 

CPL. JOHN GORDON FOLSOM, '43 

United States Marine Corps 
Killed in action. 



LT. JOHN THOMAS GIRLING, '41 

Pilot in Army Air Forces 
Died in transport crash, Dutch Guinea, January, 1943. 

MAURICE PAUL GOODPASTURE, '46 

United States Marine Corps 
Killed in action. 



CAPT. HERBERT WILLIAM HAMPY, '42 

Navigator, Army Air Forces 
Assumed killed in action, November 23, 1943, European theater. 

ROBERT W. HARDY, '37 

Killed in action in Germany, November 30, 1944. 

AVIATION CADET HOWARD SWAIN HENDERSON, '45 

Army Air Forces 
Killed in air crash near Ellington Field, Texas, April 1, 1944. 

CAPT. J. THOMAS HERNDON, '40 

Pilot in Army Air Forces Transport Command 

Killed in an aircraft accident in the Asiatic Area, January 6, 
1943. 

WILLIAM BERTRAM HILLE, '43 

Army Air Forces 
Killed in North Africa, August, 1943. 

BRIG. GEN. JAMES F. C. HYDE, 16 

Died from shock at Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, August 7, 1944. 

SGT. CLYDE HOMER JAY, JR., '40 

Royal Canadian Air Force 
Killed in action, March 24, 1942, England. 

ENSIGN IVAN OLIVER JOHNSON, '43 

United States Navy 
Killed in action over Atlantic Ocean, Summer, 1943. 

T/SGT. LEONARD CHARLES JONES, '44 

Infantry Division, U. S. Army 
Killed in action in France, July 4, 1944. 

LT. DUNBAR JONES 

Trainee 
Killed in action on Iwo Jima, March 5, 1945. 

CAPT. ROBERT WILLIAM KAYE, '41 

United States Marine Corps 
Accidentally killed somewhere in the South Pacific, March 29, 

1944. 

WARRANT OFFICER JOE LANE KIRBY, '38 

United States Army Engineers 
Killed in action in Northern Burma, June 5, 1944. 

CAPT. THOMAS LEROY KIRKPATRICK, 11 

Chaplain in the United States Navy 
Killed when USS Arizona was sunk at Pearl Harbor, December 

7, 1941. 

LT. GLENN ROBERT LEECH, '28 

Trainee Instructor, Army Air Forces 
Killed in airplane accident in Arizona, March 28, 1943. 

CAPT. GREGORY KASSON LOESCH, '40 
Fighter Pilot, United States Marine Corps 
Died in West Coast crash, September 27, 1943. 

CHARLES ARTHUR McLELLAN, '39 

United States Navy 
Buried at Sea. 



LT. CUSTIS ROE GREEN, JR., '44 

Army Air Forces 
Missing in action. 



SGT. KENNETH W. MARKEL, '36 

United States Navy 
Killed in action, August 28, 1943, Southwest Pacific Area. 



LEONARD MORRIS GRIFFIN 

3rd Marine Division 
Killed in action on Iwo Jima, March, 1945. 



GERALD WAYNE MARTIN, '40 
Flying Cadet, Army Air Forces 
Killed in airplane crash in San Francisco Bay, July 3, 1941. 



LT. LEWIS MARTIN MILLER, '42 

Bombardier Pilot, Army Air Forces 
Killed in action, September 6, 1943. 

LT. KENNETH MOORE, '44 

Fighter Pilot, Army Air Forces 
Missing in action over Germany, September 9, 1944. 

LT. ROBERT CAMPBELL MOSES, '28 

Civilian Pilot Instructor, Army Air Forces 
Killed December 7, 1942, in a plane crash in Arizona. 

LT. JAMES DUNLOP TURNBULL NAISMITH, '39 

Coast Artillery Anti-Aircraft Unit 
Died in Southwest Pacific Area from Septicemia, March 8, 1943. 

S2/c RUSSEL BENDER OLVEY, '43 

United States Navy 
Lost at sea on Triton Submarine 201 between Pearl Harbor and 

Australia. 

CAPT. DANIEL PETER PREDOVICH, 40 

Dental Corps 
Missing in action since September 25, 1944. South Pacific Area. 

ALBERT HOWARD PRICE, '40 

Pilot, Navy Air Corps 
Killed in flying accident on Guam, September 12, 1945. 

SGT. FRANK WILLIAM REED, '46 

Gun Comdr. on B-29 Bomber 
Killed in action over China, December 26, 1944. 

LT. WILLIAM HENRY RESSLER, JR., '43 

Army Air Forces 
Killed in crash of heavy bomber while on a training flight 

near Sebring, Fla., December 27, 1943. 

LT. CHARLES EUGENE ROE, '41 
Instructor, Army Air Forces 

Killed October 11, 1944, in an airplane crash, Barksdale Field, 
La. (This assignment came after he had returned from the 
European theater of war where he had completed 55 mis- 
sions over enemy territory.) 

CAPT. JOHN DAVID ROOT, '42 

Meteorologist, Army Air Forces 
Killed in action, June 8, 1944, in a plane crash in Northwest 

France. 

NICK CONNIE SAMELA, '44 

Army Air Forces 
Killed over Tokyo when B-29 blew up, April, 1945. 

LT. BEN HARRISON STEWART, '43 

Army Air Forces 
Killed in action. 

LT. GEORGE BERT STILES, '42 

Army Air Forces 
Killed in action over Germany, January 10, 1945. 

T/SGT. MARVIN EUGENE WHITMORE, '44 

United States Army 
Killed in action over Mindanao, March 12, 1945. 



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LT. WILLETT RANNEY WILLIS, JR., 

United States Army 
Killed in action in Germany, April 18, 1945. 



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LT. WILLIAM HAMILTON WOODSON, '45 

Army Air Forces 
Killed in action over Germany, January 22, 1945. 




LT. JAMES HOWARD YOUNG, '39 

Meteorologist, Army Air Forces 
Died at Hicks' Field, July 4, 1943, of infantile paralysis. 



EDITORIAL STAFF 



Organization Cora Woodson 

Class -. Mary Ellen Northrop 

Administration and Faculty Jane McComb 

Art Jessie Ketcham 

Feature June Maurer 

Copy. Shirley Anderson 

Photography Hazel King 

Athletics and Navy Harry Hoth 




Editor-in-chief Janice Long and Business Manager John Gray 



DEDICATION 

The year 1945-1946 saw C. C. return to peacetime. 
Many of her former students, veterans of World War 
II, have returned to complete their college work. 
Many of her professors have returned from the ser- 
vice. Fraternities were reactivated, social life picked 
up, the Navy U- 1 2 Unit left in June after three years on 
the campus. C. C. will never be the same again - as 
it was before or during the war. To those veterans 
who have returned to Colorado College to complete 
their education, we, the staff of the 1946 Nugget, 
dedicate this volume. 



Contents 

Organizations 

Administration 

Classes 

Athletics 

Naw 0-12 Unit 

Features and Snaps 

Advertisements 



ORGANIZATIONS 




LENNOX HOUSE 




Standing: Jerome Vaeth, Gene Morrow, Pat Mailhouse, Dale Ensign 

Seated: Jeanne Harrisberger, Betty VanValkenburgh, Molly Sue Williams, Ann Enstrom, president; JoAnne Janssen, Jane 
Ann Johnson 



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Joint Student Faculty Emergency Council . . . govern- 
ing body for the C.C. Campus . . . '46 — the last year for 
J.S.F.E.C. . . . representatives of V-12, civilians, and faculty 
. . . open houses at Lennox to acquaint students ... all 
school dance for homecoming in October . . . economic 
budget handled for school functions and organizations . . . 
participation in the all school assemblies . . . regular meetings 
. . . doing emergency planning for the whole school . . . Ann 
Enstrom, president . . . Our hats off to the J.S.F.E.C. 




Dr. Browne, Jo Ann Osborn, James Milmoe, Perry Marshall, Betty Ann Long, Tom Burns, Martha Barton, Sam Hopper, 
Harvey Carter, Ruth Carter 



Student Forum 



The Student Forum . . . active 
discussion organization on the 
Colorado College campus . . . 
meets twice a month to discuss 
some topic of interest . . . faculty 
or other guest speakers . . . "ven- 
tilation" of ideas . . . panel discus- 
sion by all at the meetings . . . 
speech as well as thoughts are 
improved along with technique 
of self-expression and self-confi- 
dence . . . development of speak- 
ing habits . . . Sam Hopper, presi- 
dent . . . Woodson Tyree,. faculty 
advisor. 





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Fifth Row: Ann Enstrom, Elizabeth Lamb, Marian Crowder, Virginia Ferguson, Molly Sue Williams, Dorothy 

Richardson, Enid Turner, Helen Holmes, Jane Burritt, Jeanne Harrisberger, Helen Reeds, Helen Pickerill, 

Jean Sutton, Jackie Petter, Joanne Richards, Jean Thayer, Gloria Bradley, Marian Jackson, Jane McComb, 

Margaret Newman 
Fourth Row: Virginia Mann, Peggy Stocks, Jan Cumming, Nancy Vandemoer, Beth Lieurance, Betty Jeane 

Decker, Katherine MacLain, Doris Simonson, Billie Lewis, Betty Jeanne Thaxton, Betty McDonald 
Third Row: Beverly Geiger, Martha Barton, Shirley Foster. Barbara Stroup, Nancy Pollock, Ann Pither. Angelyn 

Konugres, Janice Long, Betty Stoll. Barbara Reed 
Second Row: Jane West, Julie Winchell, Dorothy Kempshall, Bettie Lou Smith, Lydia Filonowicz, Marilyn Keeley, 

Eloise McCord, Jane Wilson, Cora Woodson 
First Row: Sally Reeds, Sally Buckmaster, Barbara Smith, Betty Anne Long, Lorraine Ellis, Luella Knight, 

Joan Armstrong 




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Mixie Kitazaki, treasurer; Mary Lou Parker, 
vice president; Marjorie Kopfman, 
secretary; Caroline Milbank, president 



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Tiger Club . . . Pep . . . Pep 
. . . Pep . . . Assemblies with the 
court room run for the whole 
school . . . "The" football 
game between the halves . . . 
score 0-0 . . . good sports, those 
freshmen women . . . coke selling 
with oversized paddles around 
the froshies' necks . . . the tradi- 
tional paddles and green ribbons 
for freshmen women . . . Helen 
Holmes, president '46 and Jane 
Burritt, president '45 . . . Cub Club 
. . . Caroline Milbank, president 
. . . Dinner for Cub Club mem- 
bers . . . "Junior" Tiger Club 
which prepares freshmen women 
to become full fledged "Pep" 
boosters . . . helps freshmen wom- 
en get acquainted . . . Pep . . . Pep 
. . . Pep. 




Third Row: Donn Vornholt. Hugh Connell, Bill Kistler, Pat Mailhouse, John Norwood, Val Whitacre, Bill Millikan, 

Roger Eagle-Taylor, Ted Manning, Phil Wettersten 
Second Row: John Slothower, Sam Hopper, Bob Larson, Harlow Loomis, Laurence Shallenberger, Lewis Maytag, Jack 

Shoup, Richard Otte, William McGinnis, Carl Barsotti 
First Row: Roy McKittrick, Fred Morath, Philip Eakins. Leslie Goss, John Gray, Louis Martin. Max Knight. Mark Johnson, 

Richard Day, Jerry Vaeth 



Growlers 



Familiar gold and black jack- 
ets . . . Men's pep organization on 
the Colorado College Campus 
. . . enthusiasm at school func- 
tions . . . Dinner dance at the 
Acacia in January . . . member- 
ship swollen by return of former 
members from the service . . . big 
plans for next year . . . Jerry 
Vaeth, president . . . participation 
in all school assemblies. . . . 




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RADIO 



Pat Mailhouse and Kitty Feltner 



Jo Ann Osborn and Sam Hopper 



George McCue and Woodson Tyree 



Jackie Burkey, Phil Eakins 

Max Morath, Blanche Wise 

and Sam Hopper 



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GUILD 



Colorado College Radio Guild . . . new or- 
ganization founded during November semes- 
ter . . . created to meet the demands of radio- 
minded students for applied speech work . . . 
presented three regular programs on station 
KVOR . . . gave a number of students radio 
experience . . . three working staffs — one for 
each program . . . 

Max Morath, C.C. student and KVOR staff 
announcer, general supervisor . . . Guild ap- 
plied itself to writing, producing, directing and 
announcing the series of programs . . . the 
Tuesday program, "Today's Questions,'' un- 
der the direction of Sam Hopper, dealt with 
issues of current interest in both national and 
campus life . . . many controversial issues 
were discussed . . . Thursday "Melodically 
Yours" took the air, under the direction of 




Kitty Feltner . . . featured classical and semi- 
classical music by campus musicians . . . Donn 
Vornholt and Pat Mailhouse handled the an- 
nouncing duties . . . Phil Eakins supervised the 
Saturday program, "Campus Spotlight," . . . 
series was a talking campus newspaper . . . 
sports, editorials, and organizational activities 
were broadcast . . . Harry Hoth handled pub- 
licity . . . Woodson Tyree of the speech de- 
partment sponsored the Radio Guild . . . 




Phil Eakins, Jordan Bayless, Pat Mailhouse, 
Blanche Wise, and Bob Scarlett 



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The Summer Theater Play 
Hansel and Gretal 



Colorado College Players . . . dramatics at its best . . . three successful plays: 
Claudia . . . The Queen's Husband . ♦ . Once In a Lifetime . ♦ ♦ Betty McDonald 
and Dick Minkler made the life of Claudia and her husband real . . Les Goss as 
the queen's husband and the queen herself, Rusty Kliewer, along with James Van 
Sickle, Herby Thompson, and Carolyn Hunt headed the list of principals in 
Queen's Husband ♦ . . Once In a Lifetime was the outstanding play of the year at 
C.C. since so many students participated not only as actors but as stage crew 
. . . outstanding performances by Polly Preston, Les Goss, Peter Buchan . . . 
Regular weekly meetings . . . open houses with Euterpe . . . refreshments after 



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C. C. PLAYERS 




THE QUEEN'S HUSBAND 



performances . . . the summer theater and working with children . . . "chief" 
Woodson Tyree, the guiding light of the drama-minded students . . . rehearse, 
rehearse, rehearse, and then the reward — outstanding performance. 



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CLAUDIA 




Panhedenic 

Panhellenic . . . board consist- 
ing of two representatives from 
each of the four national sorori- 
ties on the C.C. campus . . . Delta 
Gamma, Gamma Phi Beta, Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Kappa Kappa 
Gamma ... in charge of making 
rules for rushing . . . distribution 
of rushing booklets and informa- 
tion to rushees . . . sets quotas for 
pledging . . . initiation require- 
ments . . . promotes better inter- 
sorority relations . . . "united we 
stand". . . 



Second Row: Jane McComb, Jan Cumming, Ann Enstrom, Eliza- 
beth Lamb, Connie Stevens 

First Row: Julie Winchell, Sally Reeds, Betty McDonald, Molly 
Sue Williams 



W. A. A. 

Women's Athletic Association 
. . . center of intramural activities 
. . . extremely well organized this 
year . . . four tournaments in 
November semester . . . volley- 
ball . . . ping-pong . . . basketball 
. . . badminton . . . five tourna- 
ments in March semester . . . ice 
skating . . . archery . . . swimming 
. . . tennis . . . softball . . . presi- 
dent, Enid Turner, November, 
Lydia Filonowicz, March . . . 
faculty guide. Mrs. Virginia Rich 
. . . weekly board meetings with 
plans and ideas being carried out 
by all the C.C. coeds . . . 




Nancy Pollock, Enid Turner, Melissa Evans, Virginia Ferguson, 
Helen Holmes, Cora Woodson, Nancy Vandemoer 



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Women's Sports 



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WAKUTA 

Second Row: Enid Turner, Polly Preston, Lee Clarke, Elizabeth 

Gilliland, Lorry Ellis, Alsy O Brian 
First Row: Betty Handy, Dorothy Kempshall, Joy Eames, Suzanne 

Greene 

INDIVIDUAL SPORT WINNERS 

Cora Woodson, archery; Nancy Vandemoer, badminton; Melissa 
Evans, badminton; Pat Willets. ping pong 



ARCHERY WINNERS 

Cora Woodson, first place; Janice Long, third place; Lois Cooley, 
second place 

TENNIS PLAYERS 

Polly Studer, Gloria Schroyer 

ICE SKATER 

Diida Hunt 



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Women's Sports at Colorado College . . . intramural tournaments . . . 
Thetas leading in volleyball . . . regular gym classes in swimming, archery, etc. 
. . . "Dee Gees'' won the basketball series . . . ice skating meet at the Broadmoor 
ice palace . . . Independents take ice skating championship . . . Champion of ping- 
pong is Pat Willets, Gamma Phi Beta . . . Melissa Evans, Delta Gamma, came 
out first in the badminton contest (singles) Melissa Evans and Nancy Vande- 
moer, Delta Gamma, finished first in the badminton doubles . . . Robin Hood 
of Colorado College, Cora Woodson, Delta Gamma, winner of archery tourna- 
ment . . . swimming in April . . . tennis in May . . . Softball in June . . . picnics 
. . . good sportsmanship and fun for all . . . 



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Perkins Hall 



BAND MEMBERS 



ORCHESTRA MEMBERS 



William Bissell 
Robert Blood 
Jane Braham 
Turza Briscoe 
William Callahan 
Richard Cejka 
Donald Clamp 
Jeffery Currier 
Francis DeMarco 
Kenneth Draper 
Norman Dunbar 
Philip Eakins 
James Embree 
William Ferguson 
Stanley Finn 
Byron Foster 
Yolanda Galindo 
Alice Hale 
Theo Hall 
Raymond Henderson 



Robert Hosman 
John Hubby 
Jack Hudnall 
Dale Jewett 
Fred Johnson 
Max Lieurance 
Frank Miles 
James Milmoe 
Harold Peterson 
Jean Plummer 
William Redmond 
Barbara Reed 
Dorothy Richardson 
Laurence Shallenberger 
David Shoemaker 
Max Sklower 
Ralph Stannard 
Doralee Swisher 
Arthur Turke 
Ann Von Malmborg 
John Zorack 



Violin 

Helen Beal 
Evelyn Janssen 
Penelope Pappas 
Patricia Fitzmorris 
Anne VonMalmborg 

Viola 

Christine Johnson 
Marilyn Yost 

Cello 

Ellen Knowlton 
Keith Jergensen 

Bass 

Cora Woodson 

Flute 

Jane Braham 
Theo Hall 
Doralee Swisher 



Oboe 

Harold Peterson 

Clarinet 

Turza Briscoe 
Francis DeMarco 
James Embree 
Jack Hudnall 

Bassoon 

Jean Plummer 

Horns 

William Bissell 
Yolanda Galindo 

Trumpet 

Norman Dunbar 
Dale Jewett 

Trombone 

John Zorack 
Frank Miles 



Piano 



Virginia Gilles 



BAND 




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Orchestra 



Euterpe 



Euterpe, music society 
of Colorado College . . . 
members' performance 
each week over radio sta- 
tion KVOR . . . regular 
bi-monthly meetings on 
Thursday at five o'clock 
. . . faculty performance in 
November . . . organ and 
piano meeting in Shove 
Chapel during January . . . 
two joint meetings with the 
Colorado College Players 
in Cogswell theater and in 
the Fine Arts Center . . . 
All music student members 
. . . presented opera Han- 
sel and Gretel in spring of 
'45 . . . 




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Publications 
Board 

Editors and bu sines s 
managers of Tiger and 
Nugget meet weekly with 
Mr. Lawson and Mr. 
Krutzke to guide publicity 
policies of C.C. . . . repre- 
sentative to J.S.F.E.C. to 
keep board in touch with 
school events and policies 
. . . election of new editors 
and business managers of 
Tiger and Nugget their 
most important function . . . 



Standing: John Gray, Mr. Jack Lawson, Fred Morath, Prof. Frank Krutzke 
Seated: Jeanne Harrisberger, Janice Long, Marian Scofield 



TIGER 

Tiger . . . weekly stu- 
dent newspaper . . . edited 
by Jeanne Harrisberger 
and Fred Morath . . . 
"Around the School We 
Saw and Heard" . . . "Kil- 
roy was here" . . . cover- 
age of sports by John Gray 
. . . "Our Girl Friday," 
weekly column of senior 
women written by Lanie 
Gould . . . editorials, let- 
ters to the editors, all the 
latest campus news . . . 
weekly staff meetings with 
Mr. Krutzke, faculty ad- 
visor . . . business mana- 
gers Fred Morath and 
Rose Ann Kipp . . . another 
successful year for the 
"Tiger". . . 




Standing: John Gray; Bill Kistler; Prof. Frank Krutzke; Ted Manning; Fred Morath, business 

manager 
Seated: Jacqueline Von Holdt; Brelere Plettner; Virginia Mann; Jeanne Harrisberger, editor; 

Elaine Gould; Barbara Mitchell 

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Nugget 

1946 Nugget un- 
der editorship of 
Janice Long . . . 
business manage- 
ment handled by 
Marian Scofield and 
John Gray . . . paper 
shortage . . . labor 
troubles with print- 
ers and engravers 
. . . personality con- 
test . . . solios . . . 




EDITORS 

Second Row: Jane McComb, administration; John Gray, business manager II; Harry Hoth, 

sports; Marv Ellen Northrop, class 
First Row: Hazel King, photography; Janice Long, editor-in-chief; Marian Scofield, business 

manager; Jessie Ketcham, art; Cora Woodson, organization 




activity sheets . . . 
Jan riding her bike 
downtown with 
more copy for the 
engraver and print- 
er .. . pasting dum- 
mies . . . rushing to 
meet deadlines . . . 
Harry Hoth. Hazel 
King and Loyde 
Knutson taking pic- 
tures . . . Shirley 
Anderson, copy edi- 
tor, checking proof 
. . . May arrives and 
dummy finally com- 
pleted ... 1 946 
Nugget rolls off the 
presses . . . 



STAFF 



Second Row: Jeanne Harrisberger, Ruthie Gonser, Susan Nesbit, Sally Lewis 
First Row: Betty Jeanne Thaxton, Elaine Gould, Joanne Richards 



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A. W. S. 

Associated Women Stu- 
dents . . . greet new girls 
at Welcoming Coffee Hour 
. . . Christmas baskets for 
needy . . . every woman 
student member . . . under 
leadership of Betty Van 
Valkenburgh and Gloria 
Canepa . . . formal Gold 
Diggers Ball at Broadmoor 
. . . awards to outstanding 
senior women . . . formal 
banquet . . . sororities and 
all other women's organi- 
zations represented on 
board . . . 



Standing: Betty McDonald, Joanne Richards, Jeanne Harrisberger, Eloise McCord, Jane Haigler, 

Molly Sue Williams 
Seated: Enid Turner, JoAnne Janssen, Betty VanValkenburgh, Ann Enstrom, Bette Gjellum 



Q.A. 



Quadrangle Association 
. . . student governing body 
of the dorms . . . Molly Sue 
Williams and Sally Reeds 
preside at Tuesday night 
meetings . . . hall presi- 
dents and board discuss 
lates and noise, give out 
penalties . . . successful 
Christmas party for under- 
privileged children run by 
Dot tie Richardson . . . 
Q.A. meetings in Bemis 
Commons for elections for 
coming year . . . selection 
of counselors for coming 
year . . . 




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Standing: Betty VanValkenburgh, Jane McComb, Peggy Jane Sinclair, Marian Jackson 
Seated: Enid Turner, Molly Sue Williams, Ann Enstrom, Bette Gjellum 



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CHAPEL 



CHAPEL COMMITTEE 

Joe Brookshire, Mr. Frederick Tooley, Dr. Carroll Malone, Jeanne 
Harrisberger, Betty VanValkenburgh, Dr. Clyde Holbrook 



Chapel . . . Tuesday morning at ten . . . only required activity at Colorado 
College . . . Dean Clyde A. Holbrook, respected leader of chapel meetings . . . 
non-sectarian service . . . Chapel Committee — student and faculty members who 
meet and welcome chapel speakers — makes arrangements for conferences and 
luncheons with students and faculty for guest speakers . . . Chapel Choir . . . 
Euphonic choral music furnished for the services by the choir . . . directed by 
Frederick Tooley . . . regular meetings twice a week . . . men in the choir this 
year seemed like a luxury . . . thanks to the choir and Mr. Tooley for the fine 
job, well done . . . Chapel speakers this year were outstanding, too . . . these 
weekly services have been something to remember . . . 




CHAPEL CHOIR 

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Standing: Jerome Vaeth, Ted Manning, Jack Shoup 

Seated: Jane Haigler, Eloise McCord, Betty VanValkenburgh 



Delta Epsilon 



Delta Epsilon, national honorary scientific society . . . 1946 
new members . . . Dorothy Irion and Jerry Vaeth, biology . . . 
Blanche Wise, geology . . . Eloise McCord, mathematics . . . Roy 
Roglin and Ted Manning, physics . . . Betty Van Valkenburgh and 
Jane Haigler, psychology . . . John Griffith, graduate student . . . 
Dr. Vance T. Alexander, faculty . . . Initiation banquet for Alpha 
Chapter of Delta Epsilon February 4th, in the grill room of Lennox 
House, Dr. Wilbur Tisdale, guest speaker . . . Congratulations to 
these capable Tigers . . . 



STUDENT MEMBERS 

John Griffith Psychology 

Jane Haigler Psychology 

Dorothy Irion Biology 

Eloise McCord Mathematics and Physics 

Thurston Manning Physics 

Henry Roglin Physics 

Jerome Vaeth Biology 

Elizabeth VanValkenburgh Psychology 

Blanche Wise Geology 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



Vance Alexander 
Douglas Bannerman 
Otis Barnes 
William Blakely 
Paul Boucher 
Loretta Cass 
William Drea 
Ralph Gilmore 
Don Gould 

Charles 



Margaret Hansman 
Charlie Hershey 
John Jordan 
Henry Mathias 
Howard Olson 
William Penland 
William Postlethwaite 
Thomas Rawles 
William Service 
Sisam 



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Third Row: Jack Shoup, Thurston Manning. Dean Clyde 

Holbrook, Roy Roglin, Dr. Lewis Knapp, Prof. 

Charles Latimer, Jerome Vaeth 
Second Row: Prof. David Crabb, Miss Lorena Berger, 

Dr. Margaret Hansman, Dean Louise Fauteaux. 

Grace Berger 
First Row: Virginia Gilles, Elizabeth Gilliland, Shirley 

Anderson, Barbara Wynn 
Left: Sally Reeds — right: Jeanne Harrisberger 



Phi Beta Kappa 




STUDENT MEMBERS— 1945-1946 

Shirley Anderson Sociology 

Grace Berger English 

Charles Burgess Mathematics, Physics 

Virginia Gilles Music 

Elizabeth Gilliland Business Administration 

Jeanne Harrisberger English 

Thurston Manning Physics 

Priscilla Putnam Mathematics 

Sally Reeds Sociology 

Roy Roglin Physics 

Jack Shoup Physics 

Jerome Vaeth Biology 

Barbara Wynn History 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



Lorena Berger 
Leo Bortree 
Loretta Cass 
David Crabb 
Thurston Davies 
Amanda Ellis 
Louise Fauteaux 
Ralph Gilmore 



Charles Sisam 



Don Gould 
Margaret Hansman 
Clyde Holbrook 
Lewis Knapp 
Frank Krutzke 
Charles Latimer 
Carroll Malone 
Thomas Rawles 



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DELTA 
GAMMA 



Delta Gamma . . . the golden anchor . . . Jan Cummings, president . . . 
winners in basketball . . . pledge and new initiates' Christmas formal . . . second 
and third in the ping-pong tournament . . . winners in badminton . . . runners-up 
in volleyball . . . spring dances — at the lodge with an orchestra; a tea dance for 
the whole school in April . . . the spring formal at the "B~moor" with the Gamma 
Phis . . . winners in the archery tournament . . . Lydia, president of W.A.A. . . . 
Rusty, Betty Mac and Kitty — leads in plays ... "I love your girls so true, and 
the bronze, pink and blue'' . . . 







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Third Row: Jane Ann Crocker, Joanne Hellstrom, Anita Lewis, Blanche Wise, Jan Cumming, Aileen Ladish, Marian Jenner, Dorothy 
Stroup, Lydia Filonowicz, Georgiana Marlow, Alice Madlener, Eleanor Salmon, Barbara Wynn 

Second Row: Mary Carpenter, Margaret Newman, Jeane Dudley, Betty McDonald. Barbara Stroup, Mrs. L. F. Jackson, Mary 
Armbruster, Ann Pither, Beth Lieurance, Barbara Kepner, Cora Woodson, Patsy Younger 

First Row: Margaret Fast, Margaret Ann Adams, Harriet Kliewer, Kitty Feltner, Audrey Scott, Kathryn Kubik, Ruth Tutten, Virginia 
Bensinger, Barbara Baird 

Hostess: Mrs. Lillian Jackson 



Actives 

Gloria Canepa Denver, Colorado 

Janet Cumming Washington, Iowa 

Jeane Dudley Durango, Colorado 

Melissa Evans Hollywood, California 

Elma Feltner Pinedale, Wyoming 

Lydia Filonowicz Detroit, Mich. 

Shirley Foster Detroit, Mich. 

Barbara Kepner Denver, Colorado 

Frances Leman Evanston, Illinois 

Anita Lewis Buffalo, Colorado 

Elizabeth Lieurance Denver, Colorado 

Elizabeth McDonald Wichita, Kansas 

Margaret Newman San Diego, Calif. 

Alice O'Brian Buffalo, New York 

Ann Pither Evanston, Illinois 

Barbara Stroup Salida, Colorado 

Frances Swerer Denver, Colorado 

Nancy Vandemoer Denver, Colorado 

Jane West Alamosa, Colorado 

Blanche Wise Denver, Colorado 

Cora Woodson Colorado Springs 

Barbara Wynn Colorado Springs 

Alice Zimmerman Washington, D. C. 



Pledges 

Margaret Adams Trinidad, Colorado 

Mary Armbruster Aurora, Illinois 

Marion Atwood Colorado Springs 

Barbara Baird Winnetka, Illinois 

Virginia Bensinger Glencoe, Illinois 

Mary Carpenter South Norwalk, Conn. 

Jane Crocker Wilmette, Illinois 

Dorothy Ernst Corpus Christi, Texas 

Margaret Fast Colorado Springs 

Joanne Hellstrom Wilmette, Illinois 

Marian Jenner Seattle, Washington 

Harriet Kliewer Manitou Springs, Colorado 

Kathryn Kubik Wichita, Kansas 

Aileen Ladish Wilmette, Illinois 

Alice Madlener Buenos Aires, Argentina 

Georgianna Marlow Denver, Colorado 

Eleanor Salmon Glencoe, Illinois 

Nancy Stephens Tucson, Arizona 

Dorothy Stroup Salida, Colorado 

Ruth Tutten Augustine, Florida 

Patricia Younger .Amarillo, Texas 



Officers 

Janet Cumming President 

Nancy Vandemoer Vice-president 

Melissa Evans Treasurer 

Shirley Foster Recording Secretary 

Anita Lewis Corresponding Secretary 

Elizabeth McDonald Rush Chairman 



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GAMMA 

PHI 

BETA 



Gamma Phi Beta . . . crescent moon . . . Jeanne Harrisberger, president . . . 

pledges gave "little girl" party for other pledges . . . dances and open houses 

. . . formal at Hawaiian Village with D.G.'s in May . . . annual walk to Mrs. 

Lennox's during "courtesy week" . . . initiation . . . banquet at Antlers . . . 

Neath a Crescent Moon". . . 




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Fourth Row: Susannah Sabin, Turza Briscoe, Janet Fiedler, Helen Pickerill, Polly Studer, Jeanne Harrisberger, Mary Kinney, Gloria 
Bradley, Brelere Plettner 

Third Row: Marilyn Dunlop, Patricia Willets, Billie Lewis, Shirley Ryan, Beverly Auld, Jean Ennis, Anne Payne, Nancy Pollock, 
Jean Thayer, Betty VanValkenburgh 

Second Row: Theo Hall, Betty Jeanne Thaxton. Jane Pike, Mary Lou Thomson, Jackie Burkey, Doralee Swisher, Doris Parker. 
Mrs. D. E. Wallraff, Peggy Stocks, Joan Cleveland, Joy Eames, Jean Pollock, Dean Brown, Shirley Woolfenden 

First Row: Rose Ann Kipp, Alma Jean Dillingham, Shirley Judy, Sally Buckmaster, Betty Braham, Jane Braham, Mary Lou Buck- 
master, Jane Ann Johnson, Suzanne Greene, Diida Hunt, Mary Kay Shoemaker 



ACTIVES 



PLEDGES 



Gloria Bradley Joliet, Illinois 

Turza Briscoe .Colorado Springs 

Margaret Brown Denver, Colorado 

Sally Buckmaster : Evanston, Illinois 

Joan Cleveland Newtonville, Massachusetts 

Alma Jean Dillingham Colorado Springs 

Joy Eames Denver, Colorado 

Lorraine Ellis : Evanston, Illinois 

Jean Ennis Denver, Colorado 

Suzanne Greene Evanston, Illinois 

Theodosia Hall Lake Forest, Illinois 

Jeanne Harrisberger Colorado Springs 

Billie Lewis Seattle, Washington 

Jeanne Nelson Skokie, Illinois 

Ann Neudorfer Highland Park, Michigan 

Ann Payne Glen Ellyn, Illinois 

Helen Pickerill Durango, Colorado 

Jane Pikes Imperial, California 

Brelere Plettner Denver, Colorado 

Jean Pollock Elmhurst, Illinois 

Nancy Pollock Elmhurst, Illinois 

Shirley Ryan Lakewood, Colorado 

Constance Stevens St. Louis, Missouri 

Margaret Stocks Chicago, Illinois 

Betty Jeanne Thaxton Raton, New Mexico 

Jean Thayer Waukegan. Illinois 

Elizabeth Van Valkenburgh Merion Station, Pa. 

Hostess: Mrs. C. F. Wallraff 



Beverly Auld Colorado Springs 

Betty Braham Joliet, Illinois 

Jane Braham Joliet, Illinois 

Dean Brown Glen Ellyn, Illinois 

Mary Lou Buckmaster Evanston, Illinois 

Jacqueline Burkey North Chicago, Illinois 

Marilyn Dunlop Ontario, California 

Mary Epler Los Angeles, California 

Janet Fiedler Ottumwa, Iowa 

Carolyn Hunt Cambridge, Massachusetts 

Patricia Jensen Glen Ellyn, Illinois 

Jane Ann Johnson Aurora, Illinois 

Shirley Judy Colorado Springs 

Pat Kimball Minneapolis, Minnesota 

Rose Ann Kipp Colorado Springs 

Doris Parker Tulia, Texas 

Susannah Sabin Denver, Colorado 

Anne Sherman Chevy Chase. Maryland 

Mary Katherine Shoemaker Watervliet, New York 

Pauline Studer Chicago, Illinois 

Doralee Swisher Hotchkiss, Colorado 

Mary Lou Thomson Waukegan, Illinois 

Patricia Willets Santa Monica, California 

Shirley Woolfenden Dearborn, Michigan 

OFFICERS 

President Jeanne Harrisberger 

Vice-President Joy Eames 

Recording Secretary Helen Pickerill 

Corresponding Secretary Margaret Stocks 

Treasurer Theo Hall 

Pledge Trainer Turza Briscoe 

„ , „. . \ Connie Stevens 

Rush Chairmen... ■■/ Jean Ennis 



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KAPPA 
ALPHA 
THETA 



Kappa Alpha Theta . . . the kite . . . Molly Sue Williams and Bettie Lou 
Smith, presidents . . . rush parties . . . dinners . . . "courtesy week" . . . initiation 
. . . open houses, formals and informals . . . first place in swimming and volley 
ball tournament . . . baseball games with fraternities . . alumni bridge party . . . 
. . . Molly Sue Williams, homecoming queen . . . Founder's Day banquet in 
Denver . . . "Remember the Black and Gold, Dear". . . 




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Fifth Row: Mary Gray, Gail Barr, Barbara Reynolds, Marian Scofield, Helen Holmes, Martha Barton, Marilyn Keeley, Bettie Lou 
Smith, Priscilla Wells 

Fourth Row: Heloise Jones, Jackie Petter, Emma Lee Fay, Kathryn Lockwood, Nancy Bryson, Patricia Coulter, Jean Sutton, Mrs. 
R. E. Nate, Kay Sanders, Helen Reeds 

Third Row: Judy Dunham, Molly Sue Williams, Sally Reeds, Jane McComb, Virginia Mann, Annette Wilcox, Marian Crowder, Joan 
Armstrong 

Second Row: Nannette Garhart, Jamalea Gazvini, Martha Goss, Lois Cooley, Mary Ann Strauch, Virginia Raines, Dorothy Kemp- 
shall, Julie Winchell, Jean Coulter, Susan McPhee, Betsy Gilbert, Helen Isaac 

First Row: Barbara Smith, Donna Aleshire, Barbara Van Deventer, Hazel King, Joyce Bowman, Rosemary Keeley, Shirley Wheeler, 
Patricia Trotter, Dorcas Purdy 



Actives 

Donna Aleshire Evanston, Illinois 

Joan Armstrong Kirkwood, Missouri 

Martha Barton Denver, Colorado 

Joyce Bowman Denver, Colorado 

Donne Clayton Coronado, California 

Jean Coulter Colorado Springs 

Marion Crowder Denver, Colorado 

Martha Goss Colorado Springs 

Bobbie Lee Hilton Denver, Colorado 

Helen Holmes Littleton, Colorado 

Heloise Jones Canon City, Colorado 

Marilyn Keeley River Forest, Illinois 

Dorothy Kempshall Winnetka, Illinois 

Hazel King Eaton, Colorado 

Jane McComb Denver, Colorado 

Susan McPhee Denver, Colorado 

Virginia Mann Denver, Colorado 

Jacque Petter Waukegan, Illinois 

Virginia Raines Denver, Colorado 

Sally Reeds Grand Junction, Colorado 

Barbara Reynolds Greeley, Colorado 

Marian Scofield Denver, Colorado 

Barbara Smith Sterling, Colorado 

Bettie Lou Smith Denver, Colorado 

Patricia Trotter Colorado Springs 

Annette Wilcox Denver, Colorado 

Molly Sue Williams Littleton, Colorado 

Julia Winchell Bronxville, New York 

Hostess: Mrs. Joseph Nate 



Pledges 

Gail Barr Chama, New Mexico 

Nancy Bryson Winnetka, Illinois 

Lois Cooley Evanston, Illinois 

Patricia Coulter Denver, Colorado 

Judy Dunham Los Angeles, California 

Emma Lee Fay Evansville, Indiana 

Nannette Garhart Seattle, Washington 

Jamalea Gazvini Loveland, Colorado 

Mary Gray Pueblo, Colorado 

Helen Isaac Colorado Springs 

Mary Krell Niles, Michigan 

Rosemary Keeley River Forest, Illinois 

Kathryn Lockwood Park Ridge, Illinois 

Dorcas Purdy New Canaan, Connecticut 

Helen Reeds Blanchard, Oklahoma 

Kay Sanders Park Ridge, Illinois 

Mary Ann Strauch Wilmette, Illinois 

Jean Sutton Evanston, Illinois 

Barbara Van Deventer Chicago, Illinois 

Priscilla Wells Flossmoor, Illinois 

Shirley Wheeler Chicago, Illinois 



Officers 

President Molly Sue Williams 

Vice President Sally Reeds 

Treasurer Patricia Trotter 

Activities Helen Holmes 

Social Chairman Martha Barton 

House Manager Barbara Smith 

Corresponding Secretary Marian Scofield 

Scholarship Chairman Julia Winchell 

Recording Secretary Julia Winchell 

Song Chairman Martha Goss 



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KAPPA 
KAPPA 
GAMMA 



Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . the golden key . . . Jane Haigler, president . . . 
very successful rush week . . . pledge party for all other pledges . . . alumni 
Christmas party for actives and pledges . . . breakfasts for graduates . . . two 
formals and two informals . . . open house and tea dances . . . annual style show 
and luncheon at Broadmoor . . . raffle tickets for nylons . . . three Phi Beta 
Kappas in April . . . initiation and banquet . . . baseball games with fraternities 
... "I love the two blues of the sky and the sea" . . . 




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Fourth Row: Frances Burritt, Enid Turner, Marian Jackson, Virginia Gilles, Jessie Ketcham, Barbara Reed, Jane Burritt, Joan Price, 

Peggy Jane Sinclair, Patricia Stewart, Virginia Ferguson, Jane Wilson, Mary Ann Woodward 
Third Row: Elizabeth Gilliland, Dorothy Richardson, Sally Lewis, Janice Long, Marcy Murphy, Betty Sue Kurie, Elizabeth Lamb, 

Sandy Graham, Joanne Richards, Eloise McCord, Louise Herbert, Betty Craven, Caroline Milbank, Myrna Blakely, Shirley 

Stewart, Shirley Anderson 
Second Row: Mary Lou Condon, Luella Knight, Glendora Hay, Barbara Macpherson, Jane Haigler, Mrs. Isabel S. Ross, Ann Enstrom, 

Dorrit Chalmers, Susan Nesbit, Dawn Brittingham, Elaine Gould, Evelyn Kinney, Marv Ann Sullivan 
First Row: Barbara Stark, Marilyn Bane, Joan Youngs, Nancy Pinkett, Polly Preston, Mary Ellen Northrop, Bettie Bowman, 

Ruthie Gonser, Betty Anne Long, Lee Clarke, Beverly Geiger, Vivian Gale, Adelaide Flynn, Lucretia Doble, Barbara Fierke 



Actives 



Hostess: Mrs. Isabel Ross 



Shirley Anderson Detroit, Michigan 

Bettie Bowman Denver, Colorado 

Frances Burritt Denver, Colorado 

Jane Burritt Denver, Colorado 

Dorrit Chalmers Denver, Colorado 

Lee Clarke... Denver, Colorado 

Mary Lou Condon Colorado Springs 

Margaret Dennis Denver, Colorado 

Ann Enstrom Grand Junction, Colorado 

Virginia Ferguson Pueblo, Colorado 

Virginia Gilles Colorado Sprinqs 

Elizabeth Gilliland Las Animas, Colorado 

Ruthie Gonser Denver, Colorado 

Sandy Graham Fort Morgan, Colorado 

Jane Haigler Colorado Springs 

Louise Herbert Denver, Colorado 

Dorothy Huleatt Denver, Colorado 

Marian Jackson Pueblo, Colorado 

Patricia Kerr Colorado Springs 

Jessie Ketcham Colorado Springs 

Luella Knight Wheaton, Illinois 

Betty Sue Kurie Colorado Sprinqs 

Elizabeth Lamb Denver, Colorado 

Sally Lewis Denver, Colorado 

Betty Anne Long Conway, Texas 

Janice Long Evanston, Illinois 

Suzanne Long Ponca City, Oklahoma 

Eloise McCord Colorado Springs 

Marcy Mumhy Denver, Colorado 

Susan Nesbit St. Paul, Minnesota 

Mary Ellen Northrop Council Bluffs, Iowa 

Nancy Pinkett Denver, Colorado 

Polly Preston St. Joseph, Michigan 

Joan Price Tarzana, California 

Barbara Reed Ovid, Colorado 

Joanne Richards Bakersfield, California 

Dorothy Richardson Grinnell, Iowa 

Nancy Roberts Denver, Colorado 

Peggy Jane Sinclair Limon, Colorado 

Betsy Shaddock Denver, Colorado 

Patricia Stewart Colorado Springs 

Charlotte Tibbetts Fort Morgan, Colorado 

Enid Turner Los Angeles, California 

Jane Wilson Colorado Sprinqs 

Mary Ann Woodward Greeley, Colorado 



Pledges 



Norma Jean Abplanalp Florence, Colorado 

Marilyn Bane Denver, Colorado 

Barbara Beymer Twin Falls, Idaho 

Myrna Blakely Colorado Springs 

Dawn Brittingham Denver, Colorado 

Jeanne Christian Winnetka, Illinois 

Elizabeth Craven Bronxville, New York 

Lucretia Doble New Rochelle, New York 

Barbara Fierke Minneapolis, Minnesota 

Adelaide Flynn Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Vivian Gale Pearl Harbor, Hawaii 

Beverly Geiger .Chevy Chase, Maryland 

Elaine Gould Denver, Colorado 

Glendora Hay Des Moines, Iowa 

Evelyn Kinney Luling, Texas 

Barbara Macpherson Arvada, Colorado 

Caroline Milbank Grants Pass, Oregon 

Mary Lou Parker Denver, Colorado 

Barbara Stark Wynnewood. Pennsylvania 

Shirley Stewart Colorado Springs 

Mary Ann Sullivan Vernon, Texas 

Phyllis Sundquist Grand Junction, Colorado 

Joan Youngs Highland Park, Illinois 



Officers 



President ...Jane Haigler 

Standards Chairman Ann Enstrom 

Scholarship Chairman Luella Knight 

Pledge Captain Mary Lou Condon 

House President Peggy Jane Sinclair 

Treasurer Janice Long 

Chairman of Personnel Committee. Jane Burritt 

Corresponding Secretary Frances Burritt 

Registrar Marian Jackson 

Membership Chairman Elizabeth Gilliland 



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Fitzmorris, lane Ford 
Third Row: Virginia Peirce, Helen Parks, Carmen Brownlee, Donnamarie Krauze, Birgit Von Malmborg, Elaine Kramer, 

Kay Maddigan. Nancy Maguire Sheila Evans 
Second Row: Harriet Goodman, Sally Littell, Jacquelynn Carmack, Marjorie Kopfman, Diana Smith, Lilliam Roque, Joann 

Hughson, Mary Orth, Angelyn Konugres, Patricia Ament 
First Row: Marjorie Thompson, treasurer; JoAnne Janssen, president; Genevieve Kuykendall, secretary; June Maurer, 

vice president 



INDEPENDENT WOMEN 



All unaffiliated women 
student members of this 
organization . . . JoAnne 
Janssen, president; June 
Maurer, vice-president; 
Genevieve Kuykendall, 
secretary; Marge Thomp- 
son, treasurer . . . formal 
dance in January with 
queen and attendants . . . 
picnic in April . . . another 
successful year . . . 




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(nterfraternity Council 



Interfraternity Council made up of 
two representatives from each of the 
five fraternities on campus, Beta Theta 
Pi, Kappa Sigma, Phi Delta Theta, Phi 
Gamma Delta, and Sigma Chi . . . 
planned rushing rules for February 
and March . . . big dances and rush 
parties all through March . . . pledging 
the end of March . . . initiation in May 
. . . serenades . . . dances . . . picnics 
. . . fraternities really help C.C. get back 
to normal . . . 



u l tl * n (Clint Howard 

beta 1 heta Pi. n-n xr- <.i 

ibill Kistler 

^ c . i Hugh Hull 

Kappa bigma < T V D u 

^ r 3 | Jack Reynolds 

D . . n u rru t. (BillDonlon 

Phi Delta 1 heta \ n rr 

iLreorge rlwonus 

Phi Gamma Delta [W \xr. . 

I Dave Winternitz 

c- r-i • (Carl Barsotti 

oigma Chi T , u 

3 I John Haggin 

Advisor: Juan Reid 




Second Row: Clint Howard, John Gray, Hugh Hull, Jack Reynolds 

First Row: Bili Kistler, John Haggin, Carl Barsotti, Bill Donlon, Dave Winternitz, George Ewonus 

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BETA THETA PI 



OFFICERS 



ACTIVES 

Warren Boudinot Davenport, Iowa 

Martin Bunker Pasadena, California 

Raymond Carr .Yonkers, New York 

Jack Cotton Boulder, Colorado 

Thomas Chapman Borger, Texas 

John Kaye Wilmette, Illinois 

Robert Larson West Salem, Wisconsin 

Harlow Loomis, Jr. Wayne, Pennsylvania 

Willard Millikan Lyndon, Illinois 

Frederic Morath Colorado Springs 

Max Morath Colorado Springs 

James Smith Colorado Springs 

Robert Storey Denver, Colorado 

John Zorack .Colorado Springs 



President .....William Kistler 

Secretary William Goodner 

Treasurer Quentin Springer 

Pledge Trainer. William Storey 

Social Chairman ....Donald Walberg 

Interfraternity Council William Kistler 

Corresponding Secretary Fred Howard, Jr. 

t . r r- -i ^ Frederick Howard, jr. 

Interrratenity Council.. ,tx/u- v- *i 

7 William Kistler 



PLEDGES 

Donald Cameron... Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Thomas Claffey Wilmette, Illinois 

William Goodner Colorado Springs 

Frederick Howard, Jr Colorado Springs 

John Jennings Cleveland, Ohio 

William Kistler Ardmore, Pennsylvania 

Quentin Springer Durango, Colorado 

William Storey Denver, Colorado 

Donald Walberg. Dixon, Illinois 




Thid Row: James Smith, Robert Larson, Willard Millikan, Max Morath, John Zorack, Robert Storey, Jack Cotton 

Second Row: Thomas Chapman, Warren Boudinot, Harlow Loomis, Frederic Morath, John Kaye, Raymond Carr, Martin Bunker, 

John Jennings 
First Row: Donald Walberg, Frederick Howard, Jr., Quentin Springer, William Kistler, William Goodner, Tom Claffey, William 

Storey 



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Third Row: Richard Bock, William Cooke, George Hoffmeister, Hugh Hull, Chester Long, Robert Colpitts, Kenneth Carter, 

Donald Hoit 
Second Row: Joseph Mencin, Kenneth Wilson, Robert Carter, Peter Buchan, Robert Burrell, Arthur Gorton, William Hula, Charles 

Below, Rodger Spahr 
First Row: John Reynolds, Robert Kellogg, Howard Hodgman, Joseph Craighead, Louis Facella, Michael Biega, Charles Pradt, 

Stanley Rice 



KAPPA SIGMA 



ACTIVES 

Richard Bock Colorado Springs 

Robert Burrell Rocky Ford, Colorado 

Kenneth Carter Colorado Springs 

Robert Carter Colorado Springs 

Joseph Craighead Pueblo, Colorado 

Hugh Hull Columbus, Montana 

Robert Kellogg Longmeadow, Massachusetts 

Joseph Mencin Pueblo, Colorado 

John Reynolds, Jr Colorado Springs 

Stanley Rice Denver, Colorado 

Rodger Spahr, Jr St. Louis, Missouri 



PLEDGES 

Charles Below Santa Monica, California 

Michael Biega Montreal, Quebec, Canada 

Peter Buchan Denver, Colorado 

Robert Colpitts .Spokane, Washington 

William Cooke Colorado Springs 

Louis Facella Montreal, Quebec, Canada 

Arthur Gorton Galveston, Texas 

Howard Hodgman Evanston, Illinois 

George Hoffmeister Imperial, Nebraska 

Donald Hoit Los Angeles, California 

William Hula Plattsmouth, Nebraska 

Chester Long Wiley, Colorado 

Charles Pradt Houston, Texas 

Kenneth Wilson Waterloo, Iowa 



OFFICERS 

President Hugh Hull 

Vice-President Jack Reynolds 

Secretary... Rodger Spahr 

Treasurer Joseph Mencin 

Rush Chairman Stanley Rice 

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Third Row: Robert Cosgrove, Mac Watson, Winston Whitney, William Noll 

Second Row: Rex Hester, William McFarland, Daniel Goers, Verner Lundberg, John Folsom. Eaton Smith, Fred Hoffman 

First Row: George Mills George Ewonus, Mrs. Isabel S. Ross, William Donlon, Clay Apple 



PHI DELTA THETA 



ACTIVES 

Clay Apple Longview, Texas 

Robert Cosgrove.— Spokane, Washington 

William Donlon Colorado Springs 

George Ewonus Melville, Saskatchewan, Canada 

Fred Hoffman Colorado Springs 

William McFarland Denver, Colorado 

George Mills Colorado Springs 

Eaton Smith Denver, Colorado 

Robert Tritt Colorado Springs 



PLEDGES 

Wayne Adamson Colorado Springs 

Ival Carver... Smith County, Kansas 

John Folsom Salina, Kansas 

George Gearhart Pontiac, Michigan 

Daniel Goers Gary, Indiana 

Rex Hester Pisgah, Iowa 

Harry Hoth Overland, Missouri 

Verner Lundberg Nehawka, Nebraska 

William Noll Colorado Springs 

Mac Watson Council Bluffs, Iowa 



OFFICERS 

President George Ewonus 

Vice-President William Donlon 

Treasurer George Mills 

Rush Chairman Robert Tritt 

Pledge Trainer Eaton Smith 

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Fourth Row: Charles Milne, Harold McGovern, Donn Vornholt. Hugh Connell, George Teller, Frank Hayford, Maurice Blakely, 

Merle Freeman, Guy Carstens 
Third Row: Boxley Cole, Curtiss Hart, Robert Bartlett, James Milmoe, Leslie Goss, Theodore Hohl, Robert Mailhouse, John Gray 
Second Row: Melvin Tucker, John Norwood, Herbert Puffer, James Cosgrove, Lloyd McCue. David Winternitz, Lee Baker, Thomas 

McCann, John Atwood, William Glidden, Louis Martin, Robert Scarlett 
First Row: Roy Lilja, Richard Fryer, Edward Varga, Calden Stitt, Thomas Brickell, John Taylor, Frederick Greggs, Richard Addy, 

Arthur Cervi, Marshall Johnson 



PHI GAMMA DELTA 



ACTIVES 

John Atwood Watertown, Connecticut 

Lee Baker Colorado Springs 

Robert Bartlett Watertown, Conn, 

Maurice Blakely Colorado Springs 

Thomas Brickell Colorado Springs 

Arthur Cervi Denver, Colorado 

Boxley Cole Colorado Springs 

James Cosgrove Watertown, Connecticut 

Richard Fryer Marion, Illinois 

Leslie Goss Colorado Springs 

John Gray Pueblo, Colorado 

Curtiss Hart Waterbury, Connecticut 

Frank Hayford Carmel, California 

Marshall Johnson Colorado Springs 

Robert Mailhouse New Haven, Connecticut 

Thomas McCann Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Harold McGovern Pueblo, Colorado 

Charles Milne Denver, Colorado 

Herbert Puffer Colorado Springs 

Robert Scarlett Westmount, Quebec, Canada 

Calden Stitt Denver, Colorado 

John Taylor Denver, Colorado 

George Teller Colorado Springs 

Melvin Tucker.. Colorado Springs 

Edward Varga Denver, Colorado 

David Winternitz Colorado Springs 



PLEDGES 

Guy Carstens Madison, Nebraska 

Hugh Connell Sadsburyville, Pennsylvania 

James Cook Colorado Springs 

Gordon Eddolls Montreal, Quebec, Canada 

Merle Freeman Amarillo, Texas 

William Glidden Colorado Springs 

Delbert Green Colorado Springs 

Frederick Greggs San Francisco, California 

Theodore Hohl Colorado Springs 

Howard Hushion Montreal, Quebec, Canada 

Billy Latch Cisco, Texas 

Leonard Lilja Minneapolis, Minnesota 

Louis Martin Los Angeles, California 

Lloyd McCue Canistota, South Dakota 

Lawrence Meier Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada 

James Milmoe Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Alexander Newsome Colorado Springs 

Ronald Newsome Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada 

John Norwood Lecompton, Kansas 

Leonard Turner Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada 

Donn Vornholt Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Lars Watson Fowler, Colorado 

OFFICERS 

President Leslie Goss 

Treasurer John Gray 

Secretary Charles Milne 

I Maurice Blakely 
Rush Committee <Charles Milne 

(David Winternitz 

Corresponding Secretary Maurice Blakely 

Historian Curtiss Hart 



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Fourth Row: John Slothower, Richard Day, John Griffith, Samuel Hopper, Robert Hosman, Thomas Burns, James Case, Kenneth 

Thiede, Warren Goodnight, Frederick Funk 
Third Row: William Peckham, Karl Roehrig, Philip Eakins, Richard Stark, Larry Wallace, Daniel Buckley, Jordan Bayless, Malcolm 

Nicoll 
Second Row: William McGinnis, Francis DeMarco, Karl Buehler, Michael Gately, Richard Otte, Jerome Vaeth, John Chamney, 

Clement Roy 
First Row: Norris Bakke, Don Berry, John Howland, Mrs. Karl Roehrig, Charles Barsotti, Bruce Stewart, John Haggin 



SIGMA CHI 



ACTIVES 

Norris Bakke Denver, Colorado 

Charles Barsotti Colorado Springs 

Don Berry Brush, Colorado 

Karl Buehler San Marino, California 

John Chamney Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada 

Lawrence Cowen Colorado Springs 

Richard Day Nampa, Idaho 

Francis DeMarco Colorado Springs 

Frederick Funk Colorado Springs 

Warren Goodnight Denver, Colorado 

John Griffith Denver, Colorado 

John Haggin Denver, Colorado 

John Howland Port Chester, New York 

Howard Mackey Colorado Springs 

Richard Otte Littleton, Colorado 

William Peckham Colorado Springs 

Robert Price Englewood, Colorado 

Karl Roehrig Colorado Springs 

Thomas Ross Colorado Springs 

Clement Roy Virginia, Minnesota 

John Slothower Colorado Springs 

Richard Stark Colorado Springs 

Bruce Stewart Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada 

Kenneth Thiede Denver, Colorado 

William Tutten St. Augustine, Florida 

Larry Wallace Denver, Colorado 



PLEDGES 

Jordan Bayless Colorado Springs 

Daniel Buckley Colorado Springs 

Thomas Burns Denver, Colorado 

James Case Colorado Springs 

Norval Coons Portland, Oregon 

Philip Eakins Silver City, New Mexico 

Michael Gately Winnetka, Illinois 

Samuel Hopper Pocatello, Idaho 

Robert Hosman Denver, Colorado 

James McCarty Manitou Springs 

William McGinnis Dallas, Texas 

Thurston Manning Colorado Springs 

George Mellor Colorado Springs 

Donald Milton Kansas City, Missouri 

Richard Minkler Edgewood, Iowa 

John Mulkey Hannibal, Missouri 

Malcolm Nicoll Colorado Springs 

Kenneth Reynolds Colorado Springs 

Allan Smullin Colorado Springs 

William Smith Gorman, Texas 

Jerome Vaeth Colorado Springs 

OFFICERS 

President Charles Barsotti 

Vice-President.... Bruce Stewart 

Secretary John Slothower 

Treasurer Richard Day 

Rush Chairman John Haggin 



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ADMINISTRATION 




CUTLER HALL 




THURSTON J. DAUIES 
President of Colorado College 



After nearly three years on active duty with the 
Marine Corps in Washington, D. C, as Colonel 
Davies, we welcome back our president . . . His busy 
life . . . with conferences all over the United States . . . 
trying to get C.C. back on a prewar schedule . . . help- 
ing veterans get readjusted to civilian life and college 
. . . trying to solve the housing shortage . . . always 
willing to listen to students with their problems and 
suggestions . . . his enthusiasm for C.C. and all it 
stands for . . . Were glad to have you back, Prexy . . . 



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ADMINISTRATION 




Standing: Carol Truax, General Director Fine Arts; Henry Edwin Mathias, A.M., Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences; 

Robberts T. Simcock, Assistant Treasurer; Jack F. Lawson, Director of Public Relations; James Juan Reid, A.B., Football 

Coach; Thomas Howard Rawles, Ph.D., Treasurer 
Seated: Lorena Alice Berger, A.B., Secretary of the College; Mrs. Louise W. Fauteaux, M.R.E.. Dean of Women; Charlie 

Brown Hershey, Ed.D., LL.D., Dean of the College; Mrs. Josephine R. Morrow, A.B., Registrar; Robert H. 

Allen, Bookkeeper 
Not pictured: Harry M. Stewart, Superintendent Grounds and Buildings 



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Social 
Science 



Nathaniel Wollman, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Economics; Harvey L. Carter, Ph.D., Professor History; 
Warren Buck, A.B., Instructor Political Science; Agnes Donaldson, A.M., Assistant Professor Sociology; 
W. Lewis Abbott, Ph.D., Head of Business Administration Department, Professor Economics and Sociology: 
David Crabb, M.S., Professor Business Administration and Banking; Mrs. Lucille H. Latting, A.M., Instructor 
Education; William A. Blakely, Ph.D.. Psychology; Alice E. van Diest, A.M., Associate Professor Sociology; 
Clyde A. Holbrook, Dean Shove Chapel and Assistant Professor Religion; Samuel S. S. Browne, Ph.D., 
Associate Professor Philosophy; John S. Jordan, A.M., Associate Professor Education; Carroll B. Malone, 
Ph.D., Professor History. 



Natural 
Science 



Standing: Dr. William F. Drea, 
D.M.D., Lecturer in X-Ray; Robert 
L. Bartlett, A.B., Instructor Engi- 
neering Science; Otis A. Barnes, 
Ph.D., Associate Professor Chem- 
istry; Douglas G. Bannerman, Ph.D., 
Assistant Professor Chemistry; C. 
William T. Penland, Ph.D., Pro- 
fessor Botany; Thurston Manning, 
Instructor Physics; Howard Olson, 
MS., Associate Professor Physics; 
Henry E. Mathias, A.M., Associate 
Professor Geology 

Seated: Ralph J. Gilmore, Ph.D., Pro- 
fessor Biology; Charles H. Sisam, 
Ph.D., Professor Mathematics; Paul 
E. Boucher, Ph.D., Professor Phys- 
ics; Margaret H. Hansman, Ph.D., 
Assistant Professor Mathematics: 
Don B. Gould, Ph.D., Associate 
Professor Geology 




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ENGLISH AND LANGUAGES 

Frank A. Krutzke, A.B., Assistant Professor English; George S. McCue, A.M., Assistant 
Professor English; Amanda M. Ellis, A.M., Associate Professor English; Albert H. 
Daehler, A.B., Bemis Professor English; Charles T. Latimer, A.M., Professor Romance 
Languages; Mark Skidmore, Ph.D., Professor Romance Languages; Lewis M. Knapp, 
Ph.D., Associate Professor English 




MUSIC 

Standing: Robert Gross, A.B., Associate Professor Music; John C. Wilcox, M.M., Visiting Professor Voice; 

George List, A.M., Music Instructor; Frederick Tooley, M.M., Assistant Professor Voice 
Seated: Mrs. Myrtle M. Bridges, A.M., Piano Instructor; Carol Truax, General Director Fine Arts; 

Kathleen Joy, A.M., Piano Instructor 
Not pictured: Johanna Harris, Prof. Music; Roy Harris, Composer in Residence; Esther Vance, Instr. Piano 




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Women's Residence Halls 

Standing: Ruth Rust, 1103 Wood Ave- 
nue; Mrs. Louise W. Fauteaux, Dean 
of Women; Dorothy L. Eagon, Dieti- 
tian; Evaline C. McNary, Mgr. Resi- 
dence Halls and Dining Rooms; Mrs. 
Louise Robinson, Bengal Hall 

Seated: Mrs. Virginia N. Rich, 24 Col- 
lege Place, Director and Instructor of 
Physical Education for Women; Mil- 
dred P. Heck, Montgomery Hall; Mrs. 
Edna Marsteller, Ticknor Hall; Mar- 
garet E. Smith, McGregor Hall; Mrs. 
Adeline Roehrig, Howbert House 

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Librarian 

Mrs. Charlotte L. Kelley, Cataloguer; 
Mrs. Charlotte W. Ratcliffe, Library As- 
sistant; Mrs. Helen Waring, Reserve 
Librarian; Louise F. Kampf, Librarian; 
Laura E. Tate, Assistant Librarian 



Secretaries 



Second Row: Marian Atwood, alumni 
office; Mrs. Margaret J. Teason, Sec. 
to Dean of Men and to Director of 
Public Relations; Martha Edwards, 
Sec. to President; Edna M. Reitz, Sec. 
to Dean of Women; Elizabeth J. Star- 
rett, Sec. to Director of Admission; 
Mrs. Allie E. Brown, Sec. to the Regis- 
trar; Mrs. Virginia B. Gardner, Sec. 
Bookkeeper. 

First Row: Mrs. Lucille Mathias, Sec. 
of Dean of the college; Redell Trimm, 
Mimeograph Dept.; Mrs. Virginia C. 
Stewart, alumni office; Mrs. Dorothy 
E. Rundell, Sec. to the Treasurer; Mary 
Jane Hipp, Cashier 

Not Pictured: Mrs. Lorraine Baublits, 
Mrs. Florence Coder, Mrs. Ethel 
Spaulding, Helen Gilmore, Mrs. Helena 
E. Haskell, Mrs. Ethel M. Hassen, 
Mrs. Miriam D. Parker, Sue Ellen 
Post, Mrs. Ruth Scoggin, Mrs. Hazel 
Seymour, Dorothy Trotter 



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ART 

Lawrence Barrett, Lithography Instructor; George 
VanderSluis, Art School Instructor; Boardman Robinson, 
Director of Art School; Edgar Britton, Instructor, Fine 
Arts Center. 





COACHES 

Jo E. Irish, A.B., Director of Athletics; Cyril L. Thompson, Hockey Coach: Harold A. White, Football Coach; J. Juan Reid, 

Varsity Basketball Coach 



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Lieut. Comdr. Elmer C. Darling 










Lieut. Comdr. Maurice H. Burkholder 



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CLASSES 




SHOVE CHAPEL 




Seniors 



MARGARET ANN ADAMS 

Trinidad, Colorado 

Major — Psychology; Scholarships, Trustee 3, 
Alice Bern is Taylor 4; Delta Gamma; Q. A. 
Board Secretary 4; Chapel Choir 3, 4; Nugget 
Staff 4; Trinidad Junior College 1. 2. 



SHIRLEY ELIZABETH ANDERSON 

Detroit, Michigan 

Major — Sociology; Scholarship, Cowles 4; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Nugget Copy Editor 
4; W.A.A. 1 . 2, 4; Forum 3: Hillsdale 
College. Michigan 1, 2; Phi Beta Kappa. 



LEE CLARKE 
Denver, Colorado 

Major — Sociology; Kappa Kappa Gamma, Ac- 
tivity Chm, 3, 4, Standing Comm. 4; Minute 
Maid 3; W.A.A. Nominating Comm. 3; Tiger 
Club 2, 3, 4; Sullins College 1. 



JOAN CLEVELAND 

Newton ville, Massachusetts 
Major — Psychology; Gamma Phi Beta. Corre- 
sponding Secretary 3; Tiger Club 2, 3, 4; 
W.A.A.' 1, 2. 3, 4. 



JESSIE KATHRYN DAVIS 
Denver, Colorado 

Major — Sociology. 



LORRAINE CORA ELLIS 

Evanston, Illinois 

Major — Biology; Gamma Phi Beta; Minute 
Maid 2, 3; Tiger Club 2, 3. 4; Koshare 1; 
W.A.A. 1. 2. 3; Dog Club 1. 2, 3, 4; History 
Club; Ski Club 3. 4; Lab. Assistant 4. 



ANN ELIZABETH ENSTROM 
Grand Junction, Colorado 

Major — Business Administration; Scholarships, 
Trustee 1. 2. 4; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Vice- 
pies. 4; A.W.S. 3; Q.A. 3. Treas. 4; Home- 
coming 3; Tiger Staff 1, 2; Nugget Staff 2. 
Editor-in-Chief 3: Tiger Club 3. 4; j.S.F.E.C. 
3. Pres. 4; W.A.A. 1, 2. 3. 4; Panhellenic 3. 
Pres. 4; Publications Board 3; Cub Club Ad- 
visor 3, 4. 



LYDIA FILONOWICZ 

Detroit, Michigan 

Major — Economics; Delta Gamma. Social Chm. 
2, Recording Sec. 2; A.W.S. . Freshman Rep. 
1 , Social Chm. 2; Lennox House Board 3; 
Tiger Club 2. 3. 4; Wakuta 3. 4: W.A.A. 
1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. Board 3. Pres. 4. 

FLORENCE VIRGINIA GILLES 
Colorado Springs 

Major — Music. Scholarship. Trustee 1. 2. Per- 
kins, 3, 4, House 4; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
Treas. 2. 3; A.W.S. Board 1. 2. Treas. 3; 
Buzzbee 3; Tiger Club 2. Treas. 3; Opera 
Group 1 , 3; Euterpe 1 . 2. 3, 4; Dog Club 
French Club 1 ; Newman Club 1 , Treas. 3 
Minute Maids; Chapel Monitor 2, 3, 4; Phi 
Beta Kappa. 



ELIZABETH ANN GILLILAND 
Las Animas, Colorado 

Major — Business Administration; Scholarships. 
1 , 2, 3, 4; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Registrar 2. 
House Pres. 3, Rush Captain 4; Q.A. Board 
3. 4; Tiger Staff 1,2; Nugget Business Man- 
ager 3; C.C. Players 1; W.A.A. 1. 2. 3, 4; 
Wakuta 4; Publications Board 3; Phi Beta 
Kappa. 



ELIZABETH ANN GJELLUM 
Del Norte, Colorado 

Major — Sociology; A.W.S. Board 4; Q.A. 
3. 4; Tiger Staff 3; Euterpe 1; Dog Club 1; 
Independents 4. 



LESLIE ARTHUR GOSS, JR. 

Colorado Springs 

Major — Economics; Phi Gamma Delta, Pres. 
3; Koshare 2. 3; C.C. Players 3; Track 1. 2. 
3; C. Club 2. 3: C.A.A. 2; Opera Group 3; 
Lyric Chorus 2, 3. 




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MARTHA RAUE GOSS 
Colorado Springs 

Major — Music; Scholarships, Harris 4; Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Song Chm. 3, 4; Tiger Club 2, 
3: Opera Group; J.S.F.E.C.; Euterpe 1, 2, 3, 
4. Sec.-Treas. 3; Dog Club 1; German Club 1; 
Town Counselor 3, 4; Dance Demonstration 4; 
Radio Program 4. 



SUZANNE DAYTON GREENE 
Evanston, Illinois 

Major — English; Gamma Phi Beta; Tiger Club 
2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 3. 4; Dog Club 1: Spanish 
Club 1, 2. 3; Minute Maid's 2. 3; Ski Club; 
Cheer Leader 2, 3. 



BARBARA RUTH GUY 

Colorado Springs 

Major — Sociology; Delta Gamma. 1; Dog Club 
1; Ski Club 4; Independents 2. 3. 4. 



JOHN THOMAS HAGGIN 

Denver, Colorado 

Major — Geology; Scholarship, CCA. 1. 2, 3 
Sigma Chi. Vice-pres. 3; Red Lantern 3 
A.S.C.C Council 3; Football 1, 2, 3; "C 
Club 3; Interfraternity Council 3. 



CAROLINE JANE HAIGLER 
Colorado Springs 

Major — Psychology; Delta Epsilon; Scholar- 
ships 1, 2. 3, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Rush 
Captain 3. Pres. 4; A.W.S. Board 2, 3, 4; 
Tiger Club 2, 3, 4; Panhellenic 3; Dog 
Club 1, 2. 3, 4. 



ALICE JEAN HALE 
Colorado Springs 

Major — Music; Band 4; Orchestra 4; Chorus 4; 
Euterpe 4; Colorado Springs Symphony 4: 
University of Colorado; Colorado State Col- 
lege of Education. 





ESTHER HANSEN 
Colorado Springs 

Major — Biology. 



JEANNE LOUISE HARRISBERGER 
Colorado Springs 

Major — English; Scholarships. Trustee 2, Sin- 
clair 3. Laud 3. Cowles 4; Gamma Phi Beta. 
Treas. 2. 3. Pres. 4; A.W.S. Board. Treas. 4; 
Chapel Com. 4; Tiger Staff 1. 2. 3; Editor 4: 
Nugget Staff 3, 4; Tiger Club 2. 3. Vice- 
Pres. 4; I.S.F.E.C. 4; Publications Board 4; 
Phi Beta Kappa. 



LOUISE CHENEY HERBERT 
Denver, Colorado 

Major — History and English; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. Registrar 2; Tiger Club 2; History 
Club 1. 2. 3; Spanish Club I. 2; W.A.A. 2, 3. 



PATRICIA LOUISE HOWE 
Dorset, Vermont 

Major — Psychology; Tiger Club 3; Ski Club; 
Independents 3, 4. 



DOROTHEA IRION 
Denver, Colorado 

Major — Biology; Delta Epsilon; Gamma Phi 
Beta. Sec. 3; Nugget Staff 1; Tiger Club 1. 



MARIAN JOAN JACKSON 
Pueblo, Colorado 

Major — Spanish. Scholarship 3, 4; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma, Deputy 2. Registrar 3, 4; 
Q.A. Board, Hall Sec. 3. Hall Pres. 4; 
Tiger Club 2, 3. 4; Chapel Choir 2 V 4; Opera 
Group 2; Euterpe 2; W.A.A. 2. 



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JOSEPHINE ANNA JANSSEN 
Bergenfield, New Jersey 

Major — Psychology; Scholarship 3; A.W.S. 4; 
J.S.F.E.C. Sec. 4; W.A.A. Board Vice-pres. 
3. Sec. 4; Independents Pres. 4; Englewood 
Hospital School of Nursing. R.N. 



JOHN LAMSON JENNINGS 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Major — Economics; Beta Theta Pi; C.C. Play- 
ers 2; Cornell University 1. 



WILLIAM EARL KISTLER II 

Ardmore, Pennsylvania 

Major — Biology; Beta Theta Pi; Tiger Staff 
4; Growlers 4; Interfraternity Council 4; 
Question Club; Dog Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Koshare 
1; Pennsylvania State College 2. 3. 



ANGELYN ADELE KONUGRES 

Trinidad, Colorado 

Major — Biology; Scholarship, Randolph- Mai - 
com; A.W.S. Board 2. 3; Minute Maids 2. 3; 
Tiger Staff 2, 3, 4; Nugget Staff 4; Tiger 
Club 3, 4; Chapel Choir 2; Opera 3; C.C. 
Players 2, 3; W.A.A. 1. 2, 3; Dog Club 2. 
3, 4; German Club; Delta Tau Kappa; Colo- 
rado Woman's College 1. 

JANE McCOMB 

Denver, Colorado 

Major — Sociology; Kappa Alpha Theta, Pan- 
hellenic Rep. 3; A.W.S. Board Publicity Chm. 
2; Q.A. Board 3; A.W.S. Golddigger's Chm. 
2; Homecoming 3; Tiger Staff Co-ed Editor 2; 
Nugget Staff 3, 4; Tiger Club 2. 3; Junior 
Counselor 2; University of Texas 1. 

ELOISE McCORD 

Colorado Springs 

Major — Mathematics and Physics; Delta Ep- 
silon; Scholarships, Trustee, Lawrence Myers, 
Lucy Myers. Currier, Smart-Early, Hester 
Butcher, Marion Tager Henrz; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. Scholarship Chm. 3; Publicity Cham. 
4; A.W.S. Board 2. 4; Tiger Club 2, 3, 4; 
W.A.A. 3, 4; Ski Club; Lab Assistant 
1, 2. 3. 4. 





ROBERT PATRICK MAILHOUSE 
New Haven, Connecticut 

Major — Economics; Phi Gamma Delta, Sec. 
2. 3; Growlers 2, 3, 4; J.S.F.E.C, Sec.-treas. 
3; C.C. Players 2; Baseball 2; C Club 2; 
Interfraternity Council 3; Question Club I, 2, 
3; History Club I. 2, 3. 



THURSTON EDMUND MANNING 

Colorado Springs 

Major — Physics; Phi Beta Kappa 3, 4; Delta 
Epsilon 4; Scholarships, Trustee 1, 2, Perkins 
3. 4; Tiger Staff 4; Growlers 3, Sec. 4; 
Chapel Choir 1. 2, 3,; J. S. F. E. C. 4; 
Euterpe I, 2. 



FREDERIC RAMSELL MORATH 

Colorado Springs 

Major — History; Tiger Business Manager 2. 
3, 4; Growlers 2. 3; Chapel Choir 1; Euterpe 
1. 2. 3: Publications Board 2, 3, 4. 





AGNES KATHERINE NELLESEN 
Colorado Springs 

Major — Biology; Independents 1, 2, 3; Euterpe 
4; Dog Club 2; University Kansas City. 



MARY ELLEN NORTHROP 
Council Bluffs, Iowa 

Major — Sociology; Kappa Kappa Gamma, Re- 
cording Secretary 3, 4; Tiger Staff 3; Tiger 
Club 3; Nugget Class Editor 4; Marysville 
College. Tennessee 1 . 2. 



HELEN LOUISE PARKS 
Denver, Colorado 

Major — English; Scholarships, Trustee I, 2 
Cowles 3, 4; Tiger Club 4; Dog Club 1. 2 
Tiger Staff 3; Euterpe 3; C.C. Players 1. 2 
W.A.A. 1. 



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HELEN CYNTHIA PICKER1LL 
Durango, Colorado 

Major — Psychology; Scholarships. Trustee 1, 
2: Gamma Phi Beta. Sec. 3: Nugget Staff 2; 
Tiger Club 2, 3; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3; 
Hall Sec. 



VIRGINIA ANN PEIRCE 
La Grange, Illinois 

Major — Sociology: W.A.A. 4; Ski Club 4: 
Bradford Jr. College 1. 2; Iowa University 3. 



ELIZABETH ANN PITHER 
Evanston, Illinois 

Major — Religion; Delta Gamma. Correspond- 
ing Sec. 3: A.W.S. Board 2; Minute Maid 
1. 2. 3; Tiger Club 2. 3. 4; Koshare 1; 
W.A.A. 1. 2.: History Club 1; Ski Club 4. 



SALLY LEE REEDS 
Grand Junction, Colorado 

Major — Sociology; Scholarships. Trustee 1, 2. 
Women's Educational 3. Contemporary Club 
3, Cowles 4; Kappa Alpha Theta, Treas. 2, 3. 
President 3, Vice-pres. 4. Pledge Trainer 4; 
A.W.S. Board 2, 3; Q.A. Board 3. Pres. 4; 
Tiger Staff 1; Nugget Staff 1; Tiger Club 
2, 3, 4: Chapel Choir 1; W.A.A. 1: Panhel- 
lenic 4; Dog Club 1: Hall Pres. 3; Chapel 
Com. 3; Phi Beta Kappa. 



MARION ALLENE REICH 
Glenwood Springs, Colorado 

Major — Business Administration; Scholarships. 
Trustee 3. 4; Independents; Chapel Choir 1. 2, 
3. 4; Opera 4; Euterpe I, 4; Spanish Club 1. 



WILLIAM EDWARD RHODES 

Kansas City, Missouri 

Major — Sociology: Euterpe 1. 2: Band 2. 
Manager 1: Fencing Team Manager 1. 



DOROTHY EVELYN RICHARDSON 
Grinnell, Iowa 

Major — English; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Reg- 
istrar 3. Song Chm. 4: Q.A. Board Chm.; 
Nugget Staff 3; Tiger Club 2. 3. 4; Band 
1, 4: Chapel Choir !; Opera 1; C.C. Players 
2: Euterpe 1. 4. 



HENRY ROY ROGLIN 

Colorado Springs 
Major — Physics; Phi Beta Kappa. 



CHARITY CORNELIA SARVIS 
Colorado Springs 

Major — English; Scholarships 1. 2. 3. 4; 
Euterpe 1; Independents 1, 2, 3, 4; War 
Recreation Center 1, 2, 3, 4. 




ROBERT FARRELL SCARLETT 
Montreal, Quebec, Canada 

Major — Engineering Science; Scholarship. C. 
C.A. 1, 2, 3; Phi Gamma Delta; Hockey 
1. 2, 3. 4. 



LOIS MARCENE SCHIAGER 
Colorado Springs 

Major — Music; Chapel Choir 1. 2. 3, 4: 
Euterpe 1. 2. Sec. 3: Pres. 4; Orchestra 
1, 2; Band 4; Opera 1. 3. 



PEGGY JANE SINCLAIR 
Limon, Colorado 

Major — Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
Scholarship Chm. 3. House Pres. 4; Q.A. 
Board 4; Chapel Choir 1. 2, 4, Carleton 
College 1. 2. 





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BARBARA JAYNE SMITH 
Sterling, Colorado 

Major — Sociology; Kappa Alpha Theta. 



BETTIE LOU SMITH 
Denver, Colorado 

Major — Biology: Kappa Alpha Theta, Corre- 
sponding Sec. 2, 3, Pres. 4: Nugget Staff 2: 
Tiger Club 2, 3; Chapel Choir 1; W.A.A. 
2, 3; Dog Club 1. 2. 3. 



PATRICIA ALLAN STEWART 
Colorado Springs 

Major — Geology: Kappa Kappa Gamma, Dep- 
uty 3. 4; Tiger Club 2, 3. 4; Chapel Choir 
1, 2, 3; Lab. Assistant 2. 3. 4. 



BARBARA JEAN STROUP 

Salida, Colorado 

Major — Economics: Delta Gamma; A.W.S. 

Board Social Chm. 2; Tiger Club 2, 3; W.A.A. 

I, 2: Dog Club 1: Ski Club. 



FRANCES AMELIA TRAPANI 
Chicago, Illinois 

Major — Sociology: Independents; The Art In- 
stitute of Chicago. 



REDELL TRIMM 
Colorado Springs 

Major — History; Pueblo Junior College 1, 2. 



FRANCES PATRICIA TROTTER 

Colorado Springs 
Major — Business Administration; Kappa Alpha 
Theta. Treasurer 3; Tiger Club 2; Spanish 
Club 1; Graduating June 1947. 



ENID ANN TURNER 
Los Angeles, California 

Major — Sociology; Scholarship. Trustee 1. 2; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Activities Chm. 3. 
Mothers' Club 4; A.W.S. Board I, 3, Vice- 
Pres. 4; Q.A. Board 2, 3, 4. Hall Sec. 3, 
Hall Pres. 3. 4; Nugget Staff 4; Tiger Club 
2. 3. 4: Euterpe 1. 2. 3; W.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4; 
W.A.A. Board 2, 3. Pres. 3; Dog Club 1; 
Wakuta 3. Sec.-treas. 4; 



JEROME MAURICE VAETH 

Colorado Springs 

Major — Biology; Sigma Chi; Civilian Men's 

Pres. 3; Chapel Comm. 3; Growlers 2. 3. 

Pres. 4; J.S.F.E.C. 2, 3; Phi Beta Kappa. 



ELIZABETH VAN VALKENBURGH 
Merion Station, Pennsylvania 

Major — Psychology; Delta Epsilon 4: Scholar- 
ship. Wiley 4: Gamma Phi Beta, Pledge 
Trainer 2, Pres. 3: A.W.S. 3. Pres. 4: Q.A. 
1. 2, 3, 4; Tiger Staff 2; Tiger Club 2, 3, 4; 
Band 1; J.S.F.E.C. 3, 4; W.A.A. 1. 2. 3; 
Minute Maid 2; Wakuta 3. 4; Chapel Comm. 
4; Lennox House Board 2, 3; Hall Pres. 3. 4. 



MARTHA HELEN VERNON 
Tulsa, Oklahoma 
Major — Art; C.C. Players: Independents; Wil- 
liam Woods Junior College. 



Major 
Chm. 



JANE LUTITIA WEST 
Alamosa, Colorado 

-Political Science: Delta Gan 



Song 




MOLLY SUE WILLIAMS 
Littleton, Colorado 

Major — Spanish; Kappa Alpha Theta, Cor- 
responding Sec. 3, Rush Chm. 3. Pres. 3, 4; 
A.W.S. Board 2, 3. 4; Sec. 2; Q.A. 3. Pres. 
4; Chapel Comm. 3; Tiger Club 2. 3, 4, Sec. 
3; Chapel Choir 1: J.S.F.E.C. 4; C.C. Players 
2; Wakuta 2. 3, 4. Vice-pres. 3; W.A.A. 

2, 3, 4; Panhellenic Council 3, 4. Pres. 3; 
Spanish Club 1 . 

JULIA WINCHELL 

Bronxville, New York 

Major — Psychology; Scholarships, Trustee 1. 
2; Kappa Alpha Theta, Recording Sec. 2, 3, 
Scholarship Chm. 3; Tiger Staff 2; Nugget 
Staff 2; Tiger Club 2. 3; W.A.A. 2. 3. 

BLANCHE LORRAINE WISE 
Denver, Colorado 

Major — Geology; Scholarships. Trustee 3, 4, 
Perkins and Mary 4, Adams School 1, 2; 
Delta Gamma, Song Chm. 2. Scholarship Chm. 

3, Activities Chm. 3; A.W.S. Board Sec. 
2, 3; Q.A. Sec. 2. 3; Tiger Staff I, 2, 3. 4: 
Nugget Staff 2. 3; Tiger Club 2, 3, 4; Chapel 
Choir 1; C.C. Players 2; W.A.A. 1, 2. 3, 4; 
W.A.A. Board 2; Cheer Leader 2, 3; Hall 
Pres. 2. 3; Lab. Assistant 3. 4; C.C. Radio 
Guild 4; Lennox House Board 3. 




BARBARA LOUISE WYNN 
Colorado Springs 

Major — History; Scholarships, Trustee 3, Alice 
Bemis Taylor 4; Delta Gamma 3, 4; Colorado 
Women's College 1, 2; Phi Beta Kappa. 




NOT PICTURED 



Jean Bennion 

Grace Goddard Berger 

Ethel Eileen Biggs 

Norman Neal Bonner 

Lura Jean Bourdette 

Charles Samuel Burgess 

Emma Jane Burritt 

John Stewart Chamney 

Mary Iris Day 

Joy Eames 

Arthur Malcom Gorton 

Johannah Elizabeth Hedenskog 

Addison Merle Howard 

Esta Alice Ira 

Carl Mounsey Jones 

Naomi Louise Jones 

Marilyn Cecilia Keeley 

Edward John Lowell, Jr. 

Marjory Phillis McBrien 

Roy Lewis McKittrick 

Susan Norvell McPhee 



Rosaleen Marie Malooly 
Kathryn Houston Meyer 
Barret Scott Moxley 
Versa E. Myrick 
John Albert Norwood 
Penelope Pappas 
George Burnside Peck, Jr. 
Virginia Ann Pierce 
Nancy Pollock 
Priscilla Jean Putnam 
Sally Lee Reeds 
Virginia Lee Richmond 
Ernest William Rogers 
Henry Roy Roglin 
John Hendry Ross 
Thomas Wynne Ross 
Jack Perkins Shoup 
Esther Ellen Smith 
Catherine Elizabeth Swart 
Mary Grace Tidball 
Priscilla Vaughn 
Ada Smith Ward 



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Juniors 



CHARLES BARSOTTI 

Colorado Springs 

Major — Political Science; Sigma Chi, Pres. 3; 
Interfraternity Council 2, 3; Alpha Kappa Psi. 
Pres. 2; Growlers Club 2, 3; Dog Club 1; 
Debate Team 2; Choir 1; Tiger Staff 2, 3. 



MARTHA ANN BARTON 
Denver, Colorado 

Major — Psychology: Scholarship, Trustee 1, 2; 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Social Chm. 2, 3; Tiger 
Club 3; W.A.A. 1, 2. 3; W.A.A. Board 2, 
Hall Sec. 3. 



RICHARD THOMAS BRICKELL 

Colorado Springs 

Major — Psychology; Phi Gamma Delta; New- 
man Club 2, 3; Growlers Club 3; C.C. Play- 
ers 3; Question Club; Notre Dame 1. 



CARMEN BROWNLEE 

Silver City, New Mexico 

Major — Sociology; Tiger Staff 2; Nugget Staff 
3; W.A.A. 3; Euterpe 1. 2, 3. 



PATRICIA ANNE COULTER 
Denver, Colorado 

Major — Sociology; Kappa Alpha Theta; A.W. 
S. 3; C.C. Players 3; Pine Manor 1, 2. 



RICHARD PASCOE DAY 

Nampa, Idaho 

Major— Physics; Scholarship, Athletic; Sigma 
Chi Trcas.; Growlers Club. Vice-Pres.; Foot- 
ball 4; Basketball 4; Baseball 1. 4; Univer- 
sity of New Mexico. 





Major- 



BETTY IEANE DECKER 

Colorado Springs 
-Chemistry. 



ELIZABETH JEANE DUDLEY 
Durango, Colorado 

Major — Biology; Scholarship, Trustee 1 , 2; 
Delta Gamma, Social Chm. 2, 3; Band; 
Dog Club 1. 2. 3; Tiger Staff; C.C. Players. 



GEORGE EWONUS 

Melville, Saskatchewan, Canada 

Major — Geology; Scholarship. CCA. 1, 2, 3; 
Phi Delta Theta; Red Lantern; Newman Club; 
Hockey 1, 2, 3. 



RUTH ANNA GONSER 
Denver, Colorado 

Major — Sociology; Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
Nugget Staff 2, 3; Monticello College 1. 



MARY ALEXANDRA GRAHAM 
Fort Morgan, Colorado 

Major — Psychology; Kappa Kappa Gamn 
Monmouth College 1, 2. 



GLENDORA MacNEIL HAY 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Major — Psychology; Kappa Kappa Gamma; 

Tiger Staff 3; Colorado Woman's College 

1, 2. 



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DOROTHY AILEEN HULEATT 
Denver, Colorado 

Major — Sociology; Kappa Kappa Gamma; So- 
cial Chm. 3; Dog Club 2; Ward Belmont 1. 



BARBARA STOERM KEPNER 
Denver, Colorado 

Major — Philosophy; Delta Gamma, Rush Chm. 
2. Athletics I. 2. 3; Dog Club 1. 2; W.A.A. 
Board 1. 



JESSIE MARY KETCHAM 

Colorado Springs 

Major — Chemistry; Scholarship, Trustee 2, 3; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Art Chm. 1, 2, 3; 
Nugget Art Editor 2, 3; Euterpe I, W.A.A. 
1, 2, 3; Ski Club 2. 



LUELLA MIDDLETON KNIGHT 
Wheaton, Illinois 

Major — Sociology; Scholarship, Trustee 1 , 2; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. Scholarship Chm. 3; 
C.C. Players 1. 



MAX LEON KNIGHT 

Joplin, Missouri 

Major — Biology; Growlers Club. Vice-pres. 2; 
Dog Club 2. 



GENEVIEVE ANN KUYKENDALL 
Chicago, Illinois 

Major — Sociology; Independents, Sec. 3; New- 
man Club, Sec. 3; Northwestern University I. 



BILLIE IRENE LEWIS 

Seattle, Washington 

Major—English; Scholarship, 1 . 2; Gamma 
Phi Beta; A.W.S. Board 1; Tiger Staff 1, 2; 
Tiger Club 3. 



CATHERINE ELIZABETH McDONALD 

Wichita, Kansas 

Major — R o m a n c e Languages; Scholarship, 
Trustee 1, 2, Cowles 2, 3; Delta Gamma, Rush 
Chm. 2. 3. Anchora Corr. 2, 3, Apollonian 
Award 1; A.W.S. Board 2, 3; Cheer Leader 2; 
J.S.F.E.C. 3; Q.A. Vice-pres. 3; C.C. Players 
1, 2. 3, Sec. 2, 3; Student Forum 1, 2; Pan- 
hellenic 2, 3. 



VIRGINIA CARRIE MANN 
Denver, Colorado 

Major — Sociology; Kappa Alpha Theta; Tiger 
Staff 2, 3; W.A.A. 2, 3; Beauty Queen At- 
tendant 2; Stephens 1, 



JUNE MAURINE MAURER 

Friona, Texas 

Major — Sociology; Tiger Staff 3; Nugget Fea- 
ture Editor 3; Independents, Vice-pres. 3; 
Drury College 1; University of Texas 2. 



SHIRLEY McINTYRE 

Grand Junction, Colorado 

Major — German; Scholarship, Trustee 1, 
War Memorial 3; Dog Club 1. 



GEORGE PEARSON MELLOR 

Colorado Springs 

Major — Chemistry; Chapel Choir 1; Athletics 
2; Weather Observer. 




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JOHN ALBERT NORWOOD 

Lecompton, Kansas 

Major — Geology; graduating June 1946; Growl- 
ers Club 3; Football 2, 3. 



RICHARD BRAND OTTE 
Littleton, Colorado 

Major — Psychology; Growlers Club 3; 
rado A. 6 M. 



Colo- 



MARIE BRELERE PLETTNER 

Denver, Colorado 

Major — Art: Scholarship, Trustee 1, 2, 3; 
Gamma Phi Beta. House Chm. 2; A.W.S. 
Board 2; Tiger Staff 2; C.C. Players 2, 3. 



BARBARA REED 

Ovid, Colorado 

Major — Psychology; Scholarship, Trustee, 
Julius Mautner; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Stand- 
ards Comm; A.W.S. Board, Sec. 2; Tiger 
Club 2, 3; Band 2, 3; C.C. Players 2, 3; 
W.A.A. 



SIDNEY MERRILL RHEA 
Littleton, Colorado 

Major — Sociology; Western State. 



LILLIAM AMELIA ROQUE 
La Habana, Cuba 

Major — Languages; Scholarships, Inter-Ameri- 
can 1, Penrose 2. Alice Bemis Taylor 3; 
C.C. Players 3; Euterpe 2; Language Club 2; 
Newman Club 2; Philadelphia Conservatory 
of Music 1 ; Wyoming University 2. 



MARY JO SEYMOUR 

Colorado Springs 

Major — English; C.C. Players 1. 2, 3, Vice- 
pres. 2; Tiger Staff 2. 



RUTH ELIZABETH SHUBERT 
Montrose, Colorado 

Major — Economics; Scholarship, Trustee 1, 
Chapel Choir 3. 



DORIS BERNICE SIMONSON 
Colorado Springs 

Major- — Mathematics; Scholarship 3; Tiger 
Club 2. 3. Sec. 3; Chapel Choir 2. 3. 



JOHN EDWARD SLOTHOWER 
Colorado Springs 

Major — Political Science; Sigma Chi; Growl- 
ers Club 3; Principia College I; University of 
Texas 2. 



MARGARET CLARY STOCKS 
Chicago, Illinois 
Major — Psychology: Gamma Phi Beta, Sec. 
3; W.A.A. 1. 2, 3. 



JEAN SUTTON 
Evanston, Illinois 

Major — Sociology; Kappa Alpha Theta 3; 
W.A.A. 3; Monticello College 1. 2. 




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BETTY JEANNE THAXTON 
Raton, New Mexico 

Major — Business; Scholarship. Trustee 1 . 2 
Gamma Phi Beta I. 2. 3. Scholarship Chm. 
Nugget Staff 2. 3; Doq Club 1; W.A.A. 2. 3 
Tiger Club 2. 3; Cub Club 1. 



MARJORIE LAURENE THOMPSON 
Greeley, Colorado 

Major — Art; Scholarship, Trustee 1, 2. Cowles 
3: Tiger Staff 2; Q.A. Board 3; J.S.F.E.C. 2; 
W.A.A. 1; Dog Club 1; Lennox House Board 
3; Independents. Sec.-treas. 2, Corresponding 
Sec. 3. 



BARBARA ANNE VAN DEVENTER 
Chicago, Illinois 

Major — Art; Kappa Alpha Theta; Nugget Staff 
3: C.C. Players 3: W.A.A. 3; University of 
Chicago 1. 2. 



JANE MARGARET WILSON 
Colorado Springs 

Major — Sociology; Kappa Kappa Gamma, Key 
Correspondent 2. Registrar 3; Assistant Wel- 
coming Chm. 3; Dog Club I. 



MARY ANN WOODWARD 
Greeley, Colorado 

Major — Biology: Kappa Kappa Gamma. Mar- 
shal 3; Q.A. Board 1: W.A.A. 1. 3; W.A.A. 
Board 1; Dog Club; Colorado State 2. 





'Blooming" — 



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Freshmen & 



NATALIE ACTON 
Colorado Springs 

PATRICIA AMENT 
Glemvood Springs, Colorado 

LEE BAKER 
Colorado Springs 

MARILYN BANE 
Denver, Colorado 



MARGIE BASS 
Wichita Falls, Texas 



SALLY BECKSTED 
Cleveland Heights, Ohio 



GLORIA BRADLEY 

Joliet, Illinois 



TURZA BRISCOE 
Colorado Springs 




DAWN BRITTINGHAM 
Denver, Colorado 



MARY LOU BUCKMASTER 
Bvanston, Illinois 



DOLORES BUNKER 
Colorado Springs 



JANIS BURKE 
Colorado Springs 




MARY CARPENTER 

South Norzvalk, Connecticut 



DORRIT CHALMERS 

Denver, Colorado 



JEANNE CHRISTIAN 
Winnetka, Illinois 



DONNE CLAYTON 
Coronado, California 



JEAN COULTER 
Colorado Springs 



MARY LOU CONDON 
Colorado Springs 



VIRGINIA CRAIG 

Boise, Idaho 



JOAN EARL 
Melrose, Massachusetts 




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Sophomores 



JEANNE ELLIN WOOD 
Colorado Springs 

LUCY FARNEN 
Kansas City, Missouri 

MARGARET FAST 
Colorado Springs 

ELMA FELTNER 
Pincdale, Wyoming 



RUTH FORTSON 
Susanville, California 



VIVIAN GALE 
Pearl Harbor, Hazvaii 

NANNETTE GARHART 
Seattle, Washington 



BEVERLY GEIGER 

Chevy Chase, Maryland 




CHARLOTTE GREENE 

Denver, Colorado 



HARRIET GOODMAN 
Pueblo, Colorado 




CAROLINE HELMICK 
Minneapo lis, Minneso ta 



SUZANNE HIGGINS 
Dillon, Colorado 



JOANN HILL 
Colorado Springs 



JOANN HUGHSON 
Evanston, Illinois 



ANN HUNT 
Colorado Springs 



CAROLINE JACKSON 
Aspen, Colorado 



MARIAN JENNER 
Seattle, Washington 



SHIRLEY JUDY 
Colorado Springs 



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MARIAN MEREDITH 
Pueblo, Colorado 



JAMES MILMOE 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 



DOROTHY MYERS 
Colorado Springs 



JEANNE NELSON 
Skokie, Illinois 



MARY ORTH 
Trinidad, Colorado 



JO ANN OSBORN 
Colorado Springs 



JACQUELINE PETTER 
Waukegan, Illinois 



BETTY PHILPOTT 
Denver, Colorado 



HAZEL KING 
Eaton, Colorado 



ROSE ANN KIPP 
Colorado Springs 

MIXIE KITAZAKI 
Glencoe, Illinois 



ANITA LEWIS 

Buffalo Creek, Colorado 



JANICE LONG 
Evanston, Illinois 

HOWARD MACKEY 
Colorado Springs 

KATHERINE MacLAIN 
Colorado Springs 

GEORGIANA MARLOW 
Denver, Colorado 




LOUIS MARTIN 

Los Angeles, California 



BARBARA McCLEARY 
Ordway, Colorado 



LLOYD McCUE 
Canistota, South Dakota 




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JANE PIKE 
Imperial, California 



JEAN PRESCOTT 
Hugo, Colorado 



JOANNE RICHARDS 
Bakersfield, California 



SHIRLEY RYAN 
Lakewoodj Colorado 



JUNE SCHUBERT 
Colorado Springs 



MARIAN SCOFIELD 
Denver, Colorado 



JOYCE SEAGRIST 
Aurora, Illinois 



ANNE SHERMAN 
Chevy Chase, Maryland 




PHYLLIS SUNDQUIST 
^Ut Grand Junction, Colorado 



JEAN THAYER 
Waukegan, Illinois 



JACQUELINE VON HOLDT 
ll'heatridge, Colorado 



LARS WATSON 
Fowler, Colorado 



MARIAN WILLSON 
Greeley, Colorado 



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SHIRLEY WHEELER 
Chicago, Illinois 

CORA WOODSON 
Colorado Springs 

RUTH YATES 
Colorado Springs 



JOAN YOUNGS 
Highland Park, Illinois 




Polly Preston, Les Goss, and Peter Buchan in a scene from the C.C. 
Players April production "Once in a Lifetime" 



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September 21, 1945 C C. — 12 University of Denver — 

September 29, 1945 CC — Colorado University — 13 

October 6, 1945 C.C— 43 Herington AAF— 6 

October 13, 1945 CC. — 4 New Mexico Univer. — 6 

October 20, 1945 C.C— Colorado University— 31 

November 10, 1945 CC— 47 Greeley State— 13 

November 17, 1945 C C— 20 West Texas— 19 

November 24, 1945 C.C— 7 Colorado State— 7 



The Colorado College football team had a fairly successful season, 
finishing the 1945 schedule with a record of four wins, three losses, and 
one tie . . . 

This aggregation of sailors, marines, and civilians from all over the 
United States has seen both striking victories and overwhelming defeats 
on the turf since they played their first game late in September. 

They opened their season on September 21, playing on the Denver 
University gridiron against the favored Pioneers and started the season 
off with a bang by defeating them 12 to 0, upsetting all predictions . . . 
The following week the Tigers suffered their first defeat at the hands of 
Colorado University, losing the game by a score of 13 to 0. Undaunted, 
however, the team took on the newly-formed Herington, Kansas, Army 
Air Field team and resoundingly trounced them with a score of 43 to 6. 
. . . The following week on October 13, the Tiger men lost one of the 
hardest games of the season. In the first homecoming game since the 
war New Mexico University edged out the home team to the tune of 
6 to 4. The game was played almost from start to finish in the rain and 
as a consequence the mud was pretty bad ... A second game was played 
against the C.U. Buffaloes, and Colorado College was defeated by thirty- 
one points, the Tigers' score board showing a big round goose egg . . . 

After this game there was between-semester vacation during which 
time the team suffered the loss of several men, among them Glenn van 
Schooneveld, Ralph Scott, and Bob Sterling. However, with the new 
semester came a large turnout of new men which supplemented the 
team . . . 

The first game in the new semester was played against the Greeley 
Bears on November 10. This ended in a final score of 47 to 13 with the 
Tiger team on the winning side . . . 

The following week one of the most exciting games of the season was 
played against West Texas. It was a storybook finish as Dan Goers 
caught two passes in a row, scoring on both of them with long runs, to 
bring the Colorado team out in front with a final score of 20 to 13 . . . 

In the final game of the season, the Tigers tied at 7 to 7 with Colorado 
Aggies . . . 

In defeating Greeley State the Colorado College Tigers once again 
won the Rocky Mountain Conference title . . . 

Joe Brookshire, who turned in an outstanding game every week, 
was elected honorary captain of the 1945 football squad . . . Joe, along 
with Johnny Steele, Dan Goers, and Billy Smith were the nucleus for the 
backfield, all being holdovers from the preceding season. In the line 
Ralph Scott was the only returning letterman and played very good 
football along with Martin Donnelly, Glenn van Schooneveld, Guy 
Carstens, Phil Wettersten, and Lars Watson . . . 

Watson was selected for first team on the mythical All-Rocky- 
Mountain squad . . . 

Harold La Porte drew particular honors in being selected as honora- 
ble mention choice on the Ail-American squad . . . 

Congratulations, team, for the fine work by every one of you. We 
hope that you will be even more successful next year . . . 



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Bob Sterling 




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William Cooper 



Carl Rodine 






John Norwood 



Del Green 

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Second Row: Cheddy Thompson, coach; Roosevelt Collins, trainer; Gerald Bennett; John Law; William Bissell; 

Chick Ross; Jordan Bayless; Bruce Stewart; George Long, manager; Kenny Griffin, manager 
First Row: George Ewonus, Lou Meier, Howard Hushion, Bob Scarlett, Bucky Reinking. Gordie Eddolls, Leonard 

Turner, Ronnie Newson, Jack Chamney 




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Colorado Springs All-Stars C.C. 3- 4 

Colorado Springs All-Stars C.C 3- 4 (Overtime) 

Toronto University C.C 8- 2 

Colorado Springs All-Stars C.C. 3-11 

Toronto University C.C 1 1- 2 

Michigan University.-. C.C 5- 4 (Overtime) 

Michigan University C.C. 10- 3 

Saskatchewan University C.C 5- 3 

Saskatchewan University C.C 7- 

Manitoba University C.C. 9- 2 

Manitoba University C.C 9- 7 (Overtime) 



Hockey at Colorado College had a good start this past season 
in putting the game back on a pre-war basis . . . Lack of reserves 
and insufficient previous competition went against the Tigers when 
they encountered the strong Canadian teams and the University 
of Michigan. 

Five veterans of the Black and Gold returned this year to 
form the nucleus of the squad . . . Bob Scarlett. Jack Chamney, 
George Ewonus, and Bruce Stewart all served in the Canadian 
Armed Forces, while John "Chick" Ross put in time for Uncle 
Sam . . . All five played fine hockey and demonstrated their former 
fight and aggressiveness . . . Scarlett comes from Montreal, Que- 
bec; Ewonus from Melville, Saskatchewan; Stewart from York- 
town, Saskatchewan, and Chamney and Ross from Saskatoon 
Saskatchewan . . . This quintet of players was bolstered by 
five newcomers from Canada and two Colorado Springs boys. 
Ronnie Newson, Lou Meier, and Len Turner hail from Regina, 
Saskatchewan, and Gordon Eddolls and Howie Hushion call far- 
away Montreal, Quebec, home . . . The Canadian freshmen all 
showed plenty of promise and are great prospects for next year. 
Jordan Bayless and Gerry Bennett represented the local products. 
Both lacked experience, but were fine competitors. 

Prospects for the 1946-47 season look very bright . . . Although 
the team will lose Ross and Chamney through graduation, the 
remainder of this years team will be back, augmented by a few 
more former C.C. icemen and several new players from "North 
of the Border." 

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First Row: Juan Reid, coach; Dwight Hamilton, Rex Hester, Jim Moore, Larry Perry, Del Green, Dick Day, 
Eathan Miller 



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December 7, 1945.... C.C.— 33 

December 1 4, 1945 C.C.— 51 

December 15, 1945 C.C.— 48 

January 5, 1946 C.C.— 42 

January 12, 1946 C.C.— 32 

January 14, 1946 C.C.— 41 

January 15, 1946 _...CC— 61 

January 18, 1946 ...C.C— 31 

January 19, 1946 C.C— 55 

January 25, 1 946 C.C— 49 

January 26, 1946 C.C— 48 

January 29, 1946. C.C— 43 

February 1 , 1 946 C.C— 54 

February 2, 1 946 ...C.C— 34 

February 8, 1 946..... C.C— 52 

February 9, 1946 C.C— 56 

February 12, 1946 C.C— 60 

February 16, 1946 C.C— 33 



Camp Carson — 30 
Santa Fe MP Detach— 53 
Santa Fe MP Detach — 37 
Glenwood Spgs. Hos. — 32 
Colorado Mines — 42 
Montana State — 58 
Montana State — 48 
Greeley State — 39 
Regis College — 32 
Western State — 41 
Western State — 40 
Denver University — 53 
Glenwood Spgs. Hos. — 36 
Fort Warren — 55 
Regis College — 19 
Colorado Mines — 37 
Denver University — 44 
Greeley State — 35 



Led by versatile Jud Heathcote, high-scoring center, the 1 945- 
46 version of the Tiger cage team swept to a seasonal record to 
twelve wins against six defeats, and came within a mere whisker 
of copping the Rocky Mountain Conference championship. 

Featuring a scoring attack built around Heathcote and Eathan 
Miller, the Bengals reached their offensive peak on February 12 
when they defeated Denver University by a score of 60-44. 
Throughout the conference this battling band of Bengals was hailed 
for its teamwork and never-say-die spirit. For his steady and 
dependable play all season "Pappy" Nick Yeonopolus, the "Glori- 
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Larry Perry 



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Roosevelt Collins, head trainer and equipment manager at Colorado College, 
started working at C.C. on September 4, 1935, and has continued faithfully to 
serve Black and Gold athletes for the past eleven years. "Rosy," as he is better 
known to his many friends, is 42 years old and is married. He attended the 
University of Illinois for five semesters, and from 1931 to 1935 was assistant 
trainer at Louisiana State University. 

Rosy's name is a by-word on the athletic field at C.C. Whether it is foot- 
ball, basketball, hockey, track, or any other sport one will always find the 
congenial trainer around, ready and willing to lend his muscles, and to tape up 
cuts and bruises. He is also efficient at making special types of protective pads 
and braces for particular injuries. 

Asked which was his favorite football game, he smiles and mentions the 
C.C. -Denver U. tilt in 1937, which the Tigers won 7 to 4 against heavy odds. 
Rosy's pet hobbies are collecting china and helping people. He is often highly 
praised by Dr. Woodward, the College's medical advisor, for his acute 
knowledge of the training profession. 

It is a pleasure to see returning service men make their first stop on the 
campus at the training room to have a short visit with "Rosy". He is liked 
by coaches and players alike and they find his fine sense of humor hard to beat. 
His most cherished possession at C.C. is a gold watch bank given to him by the 
players on the victorious 1943 football team. On the plate are inscribed the 
fitting words, "To Rosy, Our Faithful Trainer." 

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Folsom, Robert Leopold. Jack Cotton, Irving Nason 

Second Row: Assistant Coach Lou Telk, Dan Goers, Carl Rodine, Jason Johnson, Frank Haegen, Robert Porter, 

Clyde McVey, Glenn VanSchooneveld, Ralph Scott, Keith Zook, Coach Jo Irish 

First Row: Manager Bill Stevic, Ralph Schwenker, William Moery, Robert Hosman, George Mellor, Captain Rex 

Hester, Ronald Aggson, B. W. Stensrud, Merle Freeman, John Pfeffer, Jack Crawford 




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Ralph Scott 



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BERRV HOUSE 



While making the rounds, you could 
have been accepted for anything from a 
bridge kibitzer to an arbitrator in a 
triangular love affair . . . this is just part 
of the great heyday that the Marines 
shared when all of them were housed at 
Berry ... to keep the men under some 
discipline were . . . Sgt. Lair as House 
Adjutant . . . Carver as Master-at-Arms 
. . . this group furnished the Navy V-12 
Unit with many capable men . . . along 
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Four Marines in a Navy house . . . 
three civilians living in meteorology 
room on third floor . . . Navy trainees 
active in all school affairs . . . many are 
active members of orchestra and band 
. . . Nicholson and McCawley are out- 
standing members of track team . . . 
Dick Berkenroth and Don Jones play 
baseball for C.C. . . . Few of the resi- 
dents leave for Great Lakes and earlier 
discharge . . . First semester house ad- 
jutant was John Remke . . . first platoon 
leader, Robert Converse; third platoon 
leader, John McCawley . . . rousing 
pinochle games won't be forgotten soon 
— or Hagerman Hall . . . 



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GRAYSON HOUSE 



Navy house for last two semesters 
. . . many outstanding characters . . . 
Harold Wayne "The Mad Russian" — 
his Russian classes and his Shostakovich 
. . . the eight men from room 105 — 
trouble, trouble, trouble . . . rivalry 
between Tex Mathis of the "101 gang" 
and "105 gang" . . . Grayson's success- 
ful basketball season with Reedy and 
Farris . . . "Hutch" and Clair de Lune 
. . . "Salts" Fanger and Fuller and their 
sea stories . . . Rouland, the barber and 
his two sizes of bowls — one for a sham 
and one for a butch . . . 



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JACKSON HOUSE 

Home of 75 V-5 and V-12 
trainees ... all Navy in November 
but Marines moved in for March 
semester . . . Lynn Thirtyacres and 
Jud Heathcote, house adjutants; 
Paul Vick and Dan Cloud, masters- 
at-arms; Myron Cooley and Earl 
Sharp, clerks . . . entered a team in 
W.R.C. basketball league . . . water 
fights within limits of first and sec- 
ond decks . . . difficulty of residents 
finding their way in one of the three 
doors by 10:30 . . . colorful ushers 
before Golddiggers' Ball, Jack Hill 
and Woody Shahboz . . . 



98 



Features and Snaps 




GLEN COVE 
NAVY DANCE IN COSSITT 



BROADMOOR HOTEL 
PICNIC IN THE GARDEN OF THE GODS 



99 




Independent Queen Jo Anne Janssen 




Attendants: Helen Parks, Genevieve Kuykendall, Lilliam Roque 



100 




Molly Sue Williams, homecoming queen; Peggy Smith, Betty Stoll, Ricky Reed, 
Gloria Canepa, attendants; Jerry Vaeth, driver 



101 




GOLD 

DIGGERS' 

BALL 



In the Ballroom 




In the Tavern 



102 




King of the Golddiggers Ball Hank Loomis and his date Barbie Stark 



103 




Molly Sue Williams 
and Dell Green 

Best All-around 



Susie McPhee 
and Pat Mailhouse 

Best Line 




Donne Clayton 
and Laddie LaPorte 

Cutest Smile 



Marty Goss 
and Roger Eagle-Taylor 

Best Dancer 



104 




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_____ _ 



Connie Stevens, Marty Barton 
and George Ewonus 

Best Dressed 






V 



J*y 



Janie McComb 
and Tom Brickell 

Most ^Iristocratic 



Dottie Huleatt 
and Pat Mailhouse 

Best Technique 




Marian Crowder 
and Freddie Johnson 

Wittiest 



Annette Wilcox 
and Les Goss 

Most Pleasing Personality 



105 





Um-m-m! 




Tigers tame and otherwise 
Unidentified student 




The Look 



Smile pretty! 

106 



One, two, three, kick — 




Montgomery steps 



Everybody wants to get 
into the act 








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SJ1 



It's a lovely day for skipping 



107 



And the Band Played On 





■mass. , ti .,M 




Love in Bloom 



ir * 





rt 




108 




Tough war! 





Having fun? 
Straight from L.A. 



'We know every room on campus" 
Real pals 




109 



What a joke? 




Loafing it the 
better way 



Queenie 



Backward about 
going forward 



Cold, Jes? 




110 



In the merry month of May 




Where's Hank? 





Woody? He certainly did! 
This looks pleasant 



Pretty nice car; 
car that is — 




Yum, Yum! 



Let it snow, let it snow! 



Ill 





Stomach in, chest out — 
or is it the other way around 

The long and short of it 



Legs 

Legs 
More legs 



Who's the shadow? 




Two redheads 



112 




Wound up? 



What's the hurry 





May I have your autograph? 



The Tiger looks pleased 

Happy? 

We're off! 




I just don't know what to tell you — 



113 




Here it was fun- 





Let's forget it- 



Unaccustomed as we are 
to public speaking 




Cute! 




COLORADO COLLEGE 

COLO. UNIVERSITY 

FftfiTftjui 
VvfwRKL 

TODAY**© 



::^SHpKoIh99I 




Off to Palmer—? 




Hold me tight 



The New Deal . . 




Dish it out 




Hi, Bunk! 



Mighty Men 



Patience and 
Fortitude 



At Home- 



Fill-er-up 




115 







The food they serve in Bemis they say is mighty fine 




Shove Chapel 








Mr. Stewart talks over plans for Quonset huts with workmen 

117 



3*lCr ■'""-;..■;.; '] 




Palmer Hall 



CLASSES 








Surveyors 



Time out 



118 






Advertisements 













Pikes Peak Avenue and the Antlers Hotel 



119 



Gazette -Telegraph 



When you leave College and return to 
your home, either for the summer or 
permanently, as the case may be, let us 
suggest that you keep informed about your 
friends and associates at Colorado College 
by having the Gazette and Telegraph 
mailed to you every day. The cost is small. 

* * 

Morning . . . Evening . . . Sunday 



JQebttek youtleLb 




It's natural for popular 
names to acquire friendly 
abbreviations. That's why 
you hear Coca-Cola called 
"Coke." 




Bottling Co. 



Colorado Springs, Colorado 



# 



PERKINS-SHEARER 



KIOWA AND TEION 







Smooth college men and 
women augment their self- 
assurance with clothes from 
Perkins-Shearer. 

KORREK-IT? NATCH! 



120 



Motot "Tout* SJn the 

Pike* Peak Region 

Golburn £Motor ^ours 

UNIT NATIONAL TRAILWAYS SYSTEM 
Colorado Springs, Colo. 

115 N. Cascade Ave. 
Main 130 



W. H. Colburn 

President 



Johnson-English Prescr * tions 

"JUST WHAT THE 
DOCTOR ORDERED' 

The Johnson-English Drug Company 

134 Nor;h Tejon Main 1400 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 
Bijou at Tejon Streets Quality and Service 



Drug Co. 



SHEWMAKER'S 

Camera Shop 

Phone 960 



30 N. Tejon St. Colorado Springs 

Photo Finishing 

Oversize Prints No Extra Charge 

EVERYTHING FOR THE CAMERA 



Ssaac {Brothers 



COLORADO SPRINGS. COLORADO 

MAIN 2252 



COLLEGE GROCERY & MARKET 

Highest Quality . . . 

. . . Moderate Prices 

Right Off the Campus 

831 North Tejon Main 2693 



MA|TJN'§ 

•J B€TT€R. J€W£LRy 



121 North Tejon 



Main 674 



EDITH FARNSWORTH'S BOOK SHOP 

BOOKS GIFTS 

LENDING LIBRARY 



9 N. Cascade Ave. 



Phone Main 823 




**£■ 



121 




The Region's favorite department 
store selling fashion merchandise 
of dependable quality 



t 



enter of 
Everything, 
Social and 
Scenic, in 
Colorado Springs 




oAntlers Hotel 



Coffee Shop 

— Serving Breakfast 
and Luncheon at 
Popular Prices 



"Western Hospitality at Its Peak" 



Main Dining Room 
—Open 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. 
daily. Adjoining is 
the Cocktail Lounge 



The Copper Grove 
— Dine and Dance to 
Famous Orchestras 
Nightly Except Sunday 



122 



TO MAINTAIN THE PAYROLL IN 
COLORADO SPRINGS 




U5e . . . 

COAL/ 



WHOLESALERS RETAILERS 

PRODUCERS 



THE 
PIKES PEAK 

FUEL 

Division of the Golden Cycle Corporation 



Colorado Springs 
TELEPHONE MAIN 




Denver, Colorado Pueblo, Colorado 

Phone Main 6181 Phone 505 

Cripple Creek District Phone Cripple 8 and Victor 55 



123 



TOP 



EDUCATION, IS A FIRM 

FOUNDATION 
ON WHICH TO BUILD 



City of Colorado Springs 

DEPT. of PUBLIC UTILITIES 



124 



MILLER MUSIC CO. 




"Where Music Is Siveetest" 




114 E. Pikes Peak Main 1267 




A TREASURE HOUSE OF 




GIFTS 




RECORDS SHEET MUSIC 






It 




"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" 




"SAY IT WITH OURS" 


Might 


110 North Tejon Street Main 599 


As Well 


Be Spring! 


FOOTWEARS FINEST 


• I. MILLER 

• DE LISO DEBS 


Summer, Winter 


• COLLEGEBRED 


Spring or Fall 


• JOHANSEN 


. . . because year 


COX BROTHERS 


round Kaufman's- 


26 N. Tejon 


fashion's always 
reflect the charm 




ZECHA & ADAMS 


and freshness of 


CONOCO SERVICE STATION 


Spring. 


Nevada at Cache La Poudre Phone Main 5441 




CONOCO N-tane GASOLINE CONOCO Nth MOTOR OIL 




SPECIALIZED LUBRICATION GENERAL TIRE SERVICE 




WASHING POLISHING 


Mfaufimif^ 


THE WIGWAM 


For Your Gifts, Greeting Cards 


It^r 


and Souvenirs 




108 East Pikes Peak Ave. 


Home of 




COLORADO 
SPRINGS 




COMPLIMENTS 


FASHIONS 


OF 






# 28 South Tejon 




Main 140 


"GRABS" 





125 




Lennox pillars 



It must be good! 



Altar bound 




Aw 



It's one of those 
surveyors again 



Nancy with the 
laughing face 



Boo! 

Bus line 

Hands off 




126 



PLUMBING • HEATING • GAS FITTING 



Personal Attention to Repair Work 
All Work Guaranteed 



Simmons Plumbing 

and 

Heating Co. 



403-405 E. Pikes Peak 



Phone Main 789 







COLORADO COLLEGE PEOPLE 

Are Among the BEST INFORMED 
and Entertained People In the World 

THEY KEEP TUNED TO 



KVOR 



1300 



ON YOUR 
DIAL 



COLUMBIA NETWORK 



COLUMBIA BROADCASTING CO. 



127 




BEAUTY SHOP 

~X~ mm — 7 — 

nfe — ^ 



SEASON SMARTNESS 

for the 

COLLEGE CO-ED 

Every college event deserves your "Best Hand Forward" 
. . . The coiffure to make you sweet and demure for the 
informal dance . . . dashing and sporty for the home- 
coming game ... or slick and sophisticated for the 
grand ball. 

POWDER PUFF 

BEAUTY SHOP— M. 687 

Across From the Colorado College Campus 



COFFEE 
Roasters 

Since 1899 



PASTRIES 
CANDIES 



THE DERN CO. 



McCarthy 

and 

COMPANY 

Offers the Best Service in 

PLUMBING and HEATING 



MAIN 1673, 1674 and 1675 

PLUMBING 
SHEET METAL 
IRON FIREMAN 
STOKER 



DOUGLAS JARDINE 

COLORADO SPRINGS 
COLORADO 



P. O. BOX 126 

HEATING 
ROOFING 
AIR CONDITIONING 



E. W. Hughes and Company 

Investment Securities 
Government Issues 

COLORADO SPRINGS 



128 




NEW PROCESS CLEANERS 

the best 

IN DRY CLEANING 

Phone M. 531 13 East Kiowa 

SHOE REPAIRING WHILE YOU WAIT 

TODD'S 

SHOE TREES — SHOE POLISHES 
109^ South Tejon St. 



THE 



MAHAN JEWELRY 
COMPANY 

26 EAST PIKES PEAK AVENUE 



Throughout the Years . . . Yes, even in 
Post-Wartimes . . . Sommers is Famous for 
Fine Foods! Ask most anyone! 

226 NORTH 
TEJON ST. 



SOMMERS 



H. L. STANDLEY 

PHOTOGRAPHER 

224 NORTH TEJON 

HAND COLORED VIEWS OF COLORADO 

Framed and Unframed 

Commercial Work, Enlargements, 

Picture Framing 



An Old 
C. C. Custom 



FOR 



MEET 

at 



MORE 

THAN 

THIRTY 
YEARS 



Murray's 



"EVERYTHING IN FLOWERS, PLANTS AND 
CORSAGES" 

PAUL'S FLOWERS 

PAUL F. KIPP, Owner and Manager 

1524 N. Tejon St. Fone Main 6484 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 



129 



SIMPSON AND COMPANY 

FLOUR, FEED, GRAIN, INSECTICIDES, 
FERTILIZERS AND SEEDS 

Telephone Main 12 201 West Colorado Ave. 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Uptown Store 15 E. Colorado Ave. 


GEORGE'S PLACE 

HAMBURGER AND BARBECUE 
SANDWICHES 

Buy 'Em by the Sack 

222 South Tejon Phone Main 1368 


Waymire Clothing Co. 

24 South Tejon 

Hart-Schaffner & Marx Clothes 

Dobbs & Stetson Hats 


Compliments 
of the 

Colorado Springs 
Transit Co. 

Main 556 515 South Cascade 


SINTON'S FINE MILK 

PHONE MAIN 442 

SINCE 1880 COLORADO SPRINGS' FINEST 


Men's Clothing 

AND FURNISHINGS 

Standard merchandise only — but at prices that 
assure you of honest values. 

HEIDELBERG'S 

10 North Tejon 


Crissey-Fowler 
Lumber Company 

BEST WISHES 

TO THE 
CLASS OF '46 

Phone Main 101 117-129 West Vermijo 
COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO 


^he 'Value of an Idea is Qreatly 

Enhanced ^y Its Presentation^ 

• 

THE DENTAN PRINTING CO. 

Printers With Ideas 
Colorado Springs, Colo. 


f^ • Beautifully and Restfully 

&IVISS Appointed in Its 

Swiss Motif 

/^ L >■»? /"> ■/ anc ^ w ' tn a cuisine such as you have 
^y flCHf^L so enjoyed and appreciated in the finest 
restaurants both east and west. ' 

117 East Pikes Peak 



130 





What Ziegfeld missed 
Take it easy, boys 



Pinup 
Why so pained? 




'Just the perfect friendship" 




Whoops! 



131 



-EVERYTHING BUT THE HORSE" 

For those who like a horse 

We have what you and the 
horse both need: 

AUTHENTIC WESTERN TOGS 
SADDLES— BRIDLES— BITS- 
SPURS— ETC. 

and for those week-end mountain 
jaunts, we have just the right — 

SHIRTS, SLACKS. JACKETS, 
EVERYTHING FOR 
SPORTSWEAR 

The Corral 

at Lorig's 

107 SOUTH TEJON 

"Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back" 



PHONE 
MAIN 1183 



M* 



3d2i£ 



%o\d 



113-115 
E. Cache la Poudre 



MEADOW GOLD 
PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS 

MILK— CREAM— SOFT CURD HOMOGENIZED MILK 
BUTTER— ICE CREAM 

THE MOWRY CREAMERY CO. 

Colorado Sprinqs, Colorado 



IT'S A PART of C. C. CAMPUS LIFE! 



Take advantage of 
the year around ice 
skating, swimming, 
sports and social ac- 
tivities at America's 
most complete resort. 

Special party rates 
to organized groups... 




BRO A DMOOR HOTEL 



132 



Colorado College Men and Women 




As always, Trailways is happy to serve you throughout 
the year . . . for your week-ends at home . . . your trips 
into the Rockies . . . your summer vacation jaunts across 
the country. Our luxurious new Trailways buses will 
give you delightful travel comforts . . . thru scenic won- 
derlands. 



DENVER-COLORADO SPRINGS-PUEBLO TRAILWAYS 



Union Bus Depot 



202 E. Pikes Peak Ave. 



Phone Main 1101 




3enschneider 



For beautiful gifts in fine 
silver, visit Jacques Adler's 
Mirror Room 



Uacquei 

ft CtEATOR OP PINI JIWEIRT 

534 Sixteenth Street • Denver • MAin 7276 
12 No. Tejon • Colorado Springi • MAin 806 





133 



Compliments 
of the 



(DqqAqss 

Sty FVRNITVRE t\7. 

113-115 N.Tejon M. 568 




: 




CITY COAL 
MINES 

FOR DEPENDABLE 
FUEL 



118 North Tejon 



Main 67 



INDIAN 




GRILL 



ALWAYS THE 
TOWNS FAVORITE RESTAURANT 

CHIEF THEATRE BUILDING 



The Pearl Laundry 
Company 

Home of Protected Linens 
ZANE GRAY, Agent 



Headquarters for Young About Towners' 
Clothes and Hair-dos 

GRAY ROSE DRESS & BEAUTY SHOP 

24 NORTH TEJON ST. MAIN 2701-2700 



The Acacia Hotel 

Private dining rooms for special parties. 

Excellent quality and variety of foods 
served. 

Turkish Baths 

American Beauty Parlors 

The Silver Cocktail Lounge — modern, inviting — a delightful 
spot for your enjoyment and relaxation. 



The Wandell & Lowe 

TRANSFER & STORAGE COMPANY 

Baggage Transfer 
Household Goods Moved. Packed, Shipped 



PHONE MAIN 97 
Office: 17 North Cascade Avenue 



134 




Cossitt Hall, Mens Athletics Building, with Pikes Peak at Left 

Colorado College 



Information in regard to Entrance Requirements, Scholarships and 

Course of Study may be obtained by addressing Dean Henry E. 

Mathias, Director of Admission, Colorado College. 



135 



CLcaciOs 



CLEhNERS £ DYERS 



10 Per Cent Discount for Cash and Carry 
328 North Tejon St. Phone Main 2128 







• 







Pop 
Corn 


W^ 




• 


Manitou Springs 

"Soda Springs Pavilior 


Colorado Springs 
"Busy Corner 
" 104'/ 2 Pikes Peak Ave. 


\ PERKINS 

AU TO TR] 


,M 


• 

SEAT COVERS 

• 



"Tailored Covers That Fit" 

Auto Tops — Upholstering 

Auto Painting a Specialty 

23 South Cascade Avenue Main 1870 




LUCAS 



SPORTING 
GOODS CO., Inc. 

Headquarters for Everything in 
Sporting Goods . . . Bicycles 

Quality Merchandise Reasonable Prices 

120 North Tejon Street Main 900 



C 



2 Good Names 2 

OLORADO 
OLLEGE 



c 



OLORADO 
LOTHING 



21 South Tejon Street 



STRICTLY A PHARMACY 

Always Pulling for C. C. 

MEDICAL ARTS PHARMACY 

Incorporated 

25 East Pikes Peak Ave. Main 368 



GEO. 0. TEATS 



Building 
Contractor 



Telephone 7584 



1701 N.Nevada Ave. 
Colorado Springs, Colo. 



136 






FOR FINE 
PHOTOGRAPHS 

GLENN ALLEN LAINSON 

STUDIOS 

Nationally Known Fine Photographs 
109 N. Tejon St. Main 2268 



Gowdy-Printcraft Press 

112 East Cucharras • Phone Main 234 

PRINTERS • ENGRAVERS 
PUBLISHERS 

Publishers of 
The Labor News The Daily Transcript 




[L®YE> 

PltotoGtapku 



137 




The body 




Lennox lounge lizards 
Going to a fire, Dottie? 
Gray, the boot scraper 




Can't faze Haze 




Athletic? — My Gawd 
It's a baseball, Donnie 





J W 
Sunshine — McGregor brand 



138 



THEIR BOOK SHOP 

5 E. Pikes Peak Avenue 
GIFTS AND DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES 


SPORTING GOODS 

Proper equipment will help you enjoy your favorite sport 
See us for your outdoor and sporting needs 

BLICK SPORTING GOODS CO. 

119 North Tejon St. Main 930 

'•EVERYTHING FOR EVERY SPORT" 


COMPLIMENTS 

(RAHDALt f^RYAO (p. 

CARBURETOR and ELECTRICAL SERVICE 
UNITED MOTORS AUTO LITE 


LEARN STENOTYPY 

(The Machine-Way in Shorthand ) 

Complete Secretarial Training 

DAY AND EVENING CLASSES 

Summer Session Begins June 11 

THE STENOTYPE STUDIO 

MRS. LEOTI EVANS (Stenotype Reporter) 
Over "Busy Corner" Main 6150 


Headquarters for Graphic Arts 

Sherwin-Williams 

PAINT COMPANY 

1 22 North Tejon Main 254 


vSfii Sl/llLOI < * k^^J Distinctive Corsages 


ROY H. WATERS WM. W. HITE 

THE BENNETT-SHELLENBERGER 
REALTY COMPANY 

Real Estate, Insurance and Rentals 

Main 383 

210 North Tejon Street Colorado Springs 


E. H. EDWARDS R. E. EDWARDS 

THE BAKERS SERVICE CO. 

331 East Pikes Peak 

Bakery and Institutional Supplies 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 


China Ware, Glassware, Cooking Utensils 
Janitor Supplies for Institutions and Homes 

GARDNER'S SUPPLY HOUSE 

324 North Tejon Street Phone Main 324 


BERWICK ELECTRIC CO. 

8 E. Bijou M. 939 


WE ARE PROUD TO BE 

COLORADO SPRINGS' LEADING 

SPORTSWEAR SHOP 

CLAMPS 

29 South Tejon Street Main 1342 


Compliments 
of 

The 
VILLAGE INN 


9 S. Tejon M. 686 


OUT WEST TENT & AWNING CO. 

18 East Kiowa Street Colorado Springs 
Phone Main 1261 

CANVAS GOODS— LABORATORY APRONS 
F. E. KOHLER, Owner 


COMPLIMENTS 

NATIONAL COMMISSION CO. 

Main 25 
109 South Cascade Avenue 


THE 

METROPOLE 

CAFE 

113 E. Colorado Ave. Colorado Springs 



139 




Gaw-nado. BpsUnxiA, 



Summer Session 1946, July 1 to August 31 



Classes in life drawing, landscape, sculpture and modeling, 
mural decoration, etching, and lithography. The faculty will 
include Lawrence Barrett, Edgar Britton, Peppino Maugravite, 
and George Vander Sluis. 



140 



LOCATED for YOUR CONVENIENCE 



"PHONE US FIRST" 



College Cleaners 



Main 2958 



PROMPT. EFFICIENT SERVICE 



825 North Tejon Street 



HENDRIE & 
BOLTHOFF 

MFG. & SUPPLY CO. 

Machinery — Tools 

Electrical Supplies — General Supplies 

Motors — Appliances 

Builders' Hardware 

Automotive Parts and Equipment 

Welding Supplies, Etc. 

You Can Depend Upon H £f B 
Thousands Have — "Since 1861" 

211 East Colorado Avenue 
COLORADO SPRINGS 



OUR THANKS 
FOR YOUR 

LOYAL 
SUPPORT 



COLORADO 

SPRINGS' 

THEATRE 

BEAUTIFUL 





HI 




Printing (r 
StahoneiRyCo. 

Colorado Springs Colo. 



142 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



Acacia Cleaners & Dyers 136 

Adler, Jacques 133 

Antlers 1 22 

Baker's Service, The 139 

Bennett-Shellenberger Realty Co 139 

Berwick Electric Co 139 

Blick Sporting Goods Co 139 

Broadmoor Hotel 132 

Chief 141 

City Coal Mines 134 

City of Colorado Springs 124 

Clamps 139 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 120 

Colburn Motor Tours 121 

College Cleaners 141 

College Grocery and Market 121 

Colorado Clothing 136 

Colorado College 135 

Colorado Springs Transit Co 130 

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center 140 

Cox Brothers 125 

Crandall-Bryan Co 1 39 

Crissey -Fowler Lumber Co 130 

Dentan Printing Co., The 130 

Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo Trailways 133 

Dern Co., The 128 

Farnsworth's Book Shop, Edith 121 

Gardner's Supply House 1 39 

Gazette 6 Telegraph 120 

George's Place 130 

Giddings 122 

Gowdy-Printcraft Press 137 

Gray Rose Dress & Beauty Shop 134 

Heidelberg's 130 

Hendrie & Bolthoff '. 141 

Hughes & Co., E. W 128 

Isaac Bros 121 

Indian Grill 1 34 

Jardine, Douglas 128 

Johnson-English Drug Co 121 

Kapelke's 139 

Kaufman's 125 

Knutson, Loyde 137 

KVOR : 127 



Lainson Studios, Glenn Allen 137 

Lorig's 132 

Lucas Sporting Goods 1 36 

McCarthy 6 Co 128 

Mahan Jewelry Co 129 

Martin's Jewelry 121 

Medical Arts Pharmacy 136 

Metropole Cafe 139 

Miller Music Co 125 

Mowry Creamery Co. 1 32 

National Commission Co 1 39 

New Process Cleaners 129 

Out West Printing & Stationery Co .142 

Out West Tent 6 Awning Co 139 

Patsy's 136 

Paul s Flowers 129 

Pearl Laundry 134 

Peerless Furniture Co 1 34 

Perkins Auto Trim 136 

Perkins-Shearer 120 

Pikes Peak Floral Shop, The 125 

Pikes Peak Fuel Co 123 

Powder-Puff Beauty Shop 1 28 

Sherwin-Williams 139 

Shewmaker's 121 

Sign of the Rose 139 

Simmons Plumbing G Heating Co 127 

Simpson and Co 130 

Sinton's Fine Milk 130 

Sommer's 129 

Standley, H. L 129 

Stenotype Studio, The 139 

Swiss Chalet 130 

Teats. Geo. 136 

Their Book Shop 139 

Todd's 129 

Udick Service, Earl... 131 

Village Inn. The 1 39 

Wandell & Lowe 134 

Waymire Clothing Co 130 

Wigwam, The 125 

Zecha 6 Adams 125 



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Entrance to Shove Chapel ... by Carmen Brownlee . . . first place in photograph contest